We’re in the process of updating this video lesson to be in sync with Adobe’s latest changes.
Typekit is home to some of the most popular fonts on the planet. And it’s one of three native ways to bring extra typography options into your Webflow project. The other two are: Google Fonts and custom fonts.
There are four steps involved when you’re first setting up Typekit in Webflow, and we’ll walk you through each in this video:
1. Integrating your Typekit account into your Webflow account
2. Creating and publishing your kit on Adobe’s site
3. Connecting your kit to your Webflow project
4. Testing your font selection in the Webflow Designer
Get started with Webflow: