Thomas Williams has a change of font:
Setting a different font is a minor tweak to an R Markdown file that might help it fit better with a corporate or company look. Google Fonts is an industry-accepted method to reference fonts on web pages and can be used with R Markdown rendered by Shiny. There’s no need to download anything while developing the R Markdown file in RStudio, or viewing it in a web browser from a Shiny server.
I’ve recently used this technique to integrate the “Atkinson Hyperlegible” font, a font with “…greater legibility and readability for low vision readers…” from https://brailleinstitute.org/freefont. Since Shiny themes already specify a font, the steps below show how to override that with the Google Font, demo’d with the
Click through to see how you can use this font, as well as others, in Shiny apps.