Sometimes, finding the right font combinations is twice as hard as finding the right font for a project. If you’re stuck with pairing Google fonts, here are some websites that will let you to experiment without having to think too much about it.
100 Days of Fonts
100 Days of Fonts is a creative project by Do-Hee Kim, a designer based in San Francisco. The idea is about a journey to design and code a creative showcase of a google font pairing everyday for 100 days.
Great, simple tool that will make life a little easier. The examples are a great thing to look at.
Beautiful web type
A showcase of the best typefaces from the Google web fonts directory.
Collaborative typography project using select passages from Aesop’s Fables set to Google Fonts
TypeWonder is a free web app that enables users to apply Google font on any live website virtually. It is the simplest way to test Google Fonts on any website. You do not have to embed any code or do anything else to check the appearance of your website
Font Pair helps designers pair Google Fonts together.
The Web Font Combinator
This tool has been built to allow previewing of font combinations in a fast, browser-based manner.
Font In Use
A searchable archive of typographic design, indexed by typeface, format, and industry – Fonts In Use is not limited to Google Fonts, but you’ll find them as well, together with plenty of other options. A great feature of this website is its search utility. You can browse samples by Industry, Formats, and Typefaces.
Don’t forget about the best one of them all: http://katydecorah.com/font-library/