How to Identify a Font from an Image

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Do you ever see designs that you love the font on and you want to use in your

own designs. Chances are, like most designers this is all too common of a

thought. The problem is you probably don't know what the font is and it can

take you hours looking through font libraries. What if I were to tell you

there are a few simple ways that you can use to identify almost any font to use

in your own designs? Stick around to find out how!

What's up designers welcome back to Digifrog Designs, if you new here I'm Matt

Roberts brand identity designer and illustrator. If you like me

I'm always screenshotting and taking photos of fonts that I like the look of

on designs when I'm out and about or browsing online. It used to take me hours

of hunting to try and identify the font I was looking for. But not anymore.

Today I'm going to be sharing with you a few easy ways that you can use to

identify the font from any image fast. Before we get started, don't forget to

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in the description box below. So let's take a look at a couple of ways that you

can use to identify the font from an image. Everything we're going to be

looking at today is available on desktop and mobile app so you have the option of

even finding fronts on artwork even while you're out and about. I'm gonna

start by showing you a couple of methods on desktop and then we'll move over to