You Can Now Use Google Fonts in Vecta
When you’re drawing diagrams or illustrations in Vecta, sometimes you find yourself wanting to use some of your favorite fonts in your drawings. Now you can. Google fonts is now available in Vecta, and you have more than 800 font families to choose in Vecta!
How to use Google Fonts in Vecta?
In addition to default fonts in Vecta, you can now add any Google Fonts into your own fonts selection list! Start by clicking the custom menu in your font selection list, and then inserting the Google Fonts URL into the field. Click OK, and your new font is added into Vecta!
An Easier Alternative
Or directly from Symbol Search, you can find all the fonts listed in this drawing:
Drag and drop them into your drawing, and they will be automatically added into your fonts list.
We’ve made all the popularly used Google Fonts as our symbols to save you more time instead of manually inserting them one by one.
How it looks like after exporting your drawing?
Google fonts used in your drawings will look exactly the same even after exporting it to SVG. Vecta has integrated font embedding feature from Nano, so the custom fonts used in your drawings will be rendered properly and guaranteed to work on any browsers and devices.
To embed fonts, you’ll need to select Compress SVG when exporting your drawing, and Vecta will do the heavy lifting for you - Compress and Embed fonts at the same time, so your SVG will be well optimized for web usage. Small footprints, save bandwidth and faster loading time! Long gone are the days of downloading and installing font files on your PC just to get nice fonts.
We added Google Fonts in Vecta to help you illustrate your ideas better visually, so please let us know what you think after trying it out!