Georgia Webfont · 73 samples

Georgia is a serif font. It goes well with Proxima Nova, Helvetica Neue, Brandon Grotesque, Arial, Freight Sans, Lucida Grande, Open Sans, Lato, Benton Sans and Gotham. If you're thinking about using Georgia then try 24px for headers. Give 16px a shot for content.

People commonly tag it as portfolio, classic, serif, design, agency, blog, magazine, news, sans serif and contrast. You can get it from Adobe Fonts,, MyFonts and Webtype.

Examples Georgia on its own

About Georgia

Georgia is a serif typeface designed by Matthew Carter in 1993 and released by Microsoft. It is one of the most widely used typefaces on the web, and is a popular choice for body text. Georgia has a classic, traditional look, with a humanist influence and a generous x-height. Its letterforms are slightly condensed, giving it a more contemporary feel.

The character of Georgia is friendly and approachable, with a hint of sophistication. It is highly legible and versatile, making it a great choice for a wide range of projects. It is often used for books and magazines, as well as for websites, particularly for body text. Georgia is a great choice for long-form content, as its legibility ensures a pleasant reading experience.

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In action 73 Georgia samples