The problem has a familiar ring to all designers and bloggers: by chance, you stumble upon a word written in beautiful characters, the font sticks in your mind, so you spend many futile hours searching and searching for a way to use it in your work. In most instances, the quest leaves you frustrated and empty-handed. This is no longer the case. I’m here to tell you that you can put the days of the internet scourging behind you with a useful tool named WhatFontIs.com.
In just three easy steps, you’ll find that sneaky font in no time at all. The first step is to navigate to their homepage and start the search. You can do this in any of three ways: either type in keywords in the search box and await results produced from the extensive database, or insert the URL containing the location of your quarry on the internet, or save a screenshot of that word on your computer and upload it on this platform (which would, in fact, be the easiest course of action).
Then, check the box which applies to the background of that image (whether it’s darker or lighter than the letters themselves), and click “Continue”.
Afterwards, the service will display each of the letters individually and prompt you to confirm each and every one of their boxes. At the same time, be mindful of the options displayed just below the letters, as they will allow you to single out free/commercial (or both) matches and alternatives to that font. Once you’ve set the parameters, click “Continue”.
Finally, all existing close and alternative matches of the desired font unfold on the results page. Now, all you have to do is settle on the best option and acquire it for free or pay its price. It’s unspeakably simple. Check out WhatFontIs.com.