Adobe Fonts (formerly named Typekit) is a subscription service that LexBlog uses to license and load web fonts on sites. Adobe will no longer allow agency reselling after Dec. 31, 2019 and will require that companies using Adobe Fonts on their websites have their own Adobe Creative Cloud subscription.
LexBlog is converting site typography to Google Fonts so you don't have to pay for Adobe Creative Cloud and manage Adobe Fonts.
Google Fonts is a widely used, open-source service with many comparable fonts to Adobe Fonts. It also loads faster than Adobe Fonts for a better user experience for your readers.
Site Administrators will be contacted by LexBlog with more details about converting to Google Fonts. Administrators on Professional, Boutique, and Full Service plans can preview and change fonts in the Customizer at any time.
No change or action is needed for sites using system fonts: Helvetica, Arial, Georgia, Times, and Times New Roman.
No change or action is needed for sites when the Adobe Font is available in Google Fonts: Open Sans, Lato, Roboto Condensed & Roboto, Merriweather, PT Sans & PT Serif, and Noto Serif & Noto Sans.
The table below shows Adobe Fonts with our recommended replacement available from Google Fonts:
|Adobe Fonts||Google Fonts|
|Meta Pro & Meta Serif||Fira Sans & Merriweather|
|PT Sans & PT Serif||PT Sans & PT Serif|
|Open Sans||Open Sans|
|News Gothic||Libre Franklin|
|Proxima Nova EC & Proxima Nova||Roboto Condensed & Roboto|
|Abril Display & Abril Text||Playfair Display & Georgia
|Myriad Pro & Caslon Pro||Spectral & Karla|
|Futura PT & Helvetica||Josefin Sans & Helvetica|
|Utopia & Poppins||Lora & Poppins|
|Minion Pro||Crimson Text|
|Adelle & Adelle Sans||Roboto Slab & Source Sans|
|Proxima Nova Condensed & Roboto||Roboto Condensed & Roboto|
|Museo Slab & Calibri||Roboto Slab & Source Sans|