+$But, sometimes, too much choice can be confusing, so we've picked some top sites that will really help you get to grips with it.
+$Before you begin, if you find yourself a bit lost in all the type terminology, then see our list of+$typography rules and terms every designer must know。
+$Ever felt that the world of typography was maybe just a bit blokey? Take a look at Alphabettes, then, created to showcase and support the work of women working in the fields of lettering, typography and type design. It features practical guides as well as wider type-related commentary, and also organises a mentorship programme.
+$We've all looked at a cool piece of design at some point and not been able to work out what fonts are being used. And while there are a few sites out there that aim to help identify fonts, MyFonts' WhatTheFont has long been our favourite; simply upload an image, highlight the lettering you want to identify, and it'll give you a rundown of its best guesses, complete with buying links.
+$Incredible Types is 'a curated collection and showcase of outstanding typography and design from around the world'. Taken from 432 creatives from 51 different countries, Incredible Types features 426 pieces of type design to inspire you. The website has a stylish black and white design, with each project coming to life in colour when selected.
+$The name of this site says it all really. Typeverything is a brilliant blog, which features type lettering in all shapes and sizes, colours and styles, by a handful of talented artists. The site is clean, organised and simple to use – simply scroll down to take in hundreds of inspirational images.
I Love Typography由英国出生的作家，出版商和平面设计师John Boardley创立。现在，ILT成为世界上最受欢迎的字体和排版博客，ILT已经从其丰富的精彩提示，培训建议，新闻和访谈中积累了大量关于类型主题的博客。
+$Beautiful Type was started in 2010 by two web designers, Francis Chouqet and Aurélien Foutoyet, who share the same passion for typography. This gorgeous Tumblr blog does exactly what it says on the tin and showcases incredible typography illustrations and inspiring videos from around the web. It also has a page dedicated to awesome design and type related books.
商业类型由设计师Paul Barnes和Christian Schwartz设立。这对二人组织自2004年以来一直在各种类型的项目上合作，最着名的是屡获殊荣的Guardian Egyptian。在商业类型，您可以查看和购买由Barnes和Schwartz，他们的员工和外部合作者开发的众多字体设计。
Friends of Type是由Erik Marinovich，AaronCarámbula，Jason Wong和Dennis Payongayong经营的类型和刻字sketchblog。这四位设计师不断上传原创印刷设计和字体。两者都没有混乱，不是一个缩略图，只有充满巨大，华丽图像的页面才能激发你的灵感。
Fonts.com有一个专门的学习部分+$, which provides useful and relevant information about the typographic arts, although it is no longer updated as regularly as it once was. Here, you can learn everything from the foundations of type and practical uses to numbers, signs and symbols and the fundamentals of type technology.
+$Fonts in Use does exactly what it says on the tin, or website in this case, showcasing type at work in the real world. Many of the examples are also accompanied by a write-up to give you a true understand as to why that particular font was chosen for the job. This is a great resource for artists unsure about picking fonts for individual projects.
+$Typewolf aims to assist web designers and developers with typography by providing daily inspiration and pointers. The large, non-scaled-down screengrabs clearly show off the fonts used in each design and, usefully, demonstrate fonts in use on actual websites, as well as background info about the font and personal recommendations for similar fonts.
+$Typography is everywhere and like most creatives, we love to see it in all its glory. Typostrate is a blog about type and the endless array of things you can do with it. Showcasing the passion and power of typography, the blogs content and pictures are taken care of by Christian Goldemann and Michael Zeller.
+$He features all five boroughs of New York, which means that the blog features a colourful expansion of every kind of typography you could ever wish for. Okay, maybe not every kind, but the whole of New York is a pretty good start.