So, the first tool is called font joy.
Font joy is an excellent tool that allows you to generate random fonts. So, it helps you to pair different fonts it could be a sans serif font with a serif font or a display font with calligraphic font. So, all you need to do is go to the font joy website, and by default, they will show you Montserrat, Lora, and one other font.
So, you can pair fonts based on this, and you can balance the contrast. If you want fonts that look very different from each other, you can increase the difference. Like going high contrast and say generate and in a couple of seconds, see how these fonts do not match each other and have high contrast.
You can randomize these. Just click on generate again, and it will generate something else. This software aims to allow you to create and discover fonts and pair them based on a similar theme. But it still maintains a specific contrast, and if you increase this, you’ll see very similar fonts.
See how similar they are. They’re both these wacky comic kinds of fonts. If you change this, see how similar these fonts are they seem from very identical font families.
Now the following tool is a continuation of this software, and it is called font visualizer. And let me tell you, this is one of the most impressive visually impressive font discovery tools that I’ve found.
And you can rotate these fonts; you can zoom in like this zoom out on this whole thing you can select fonts.