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How to add custom fonts to photoshop software?
#1
The font I was looking for, is not available in my adobe photoshop software. How can I add my custom font to my photoshop software?
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#2
hi Geester I happy to ask this important question, many of people can't load custom font in Photoshop. But it is piece of cake to add fonts in PS. Not one, you can do a wide collection of fonts in Photoshop, just follow the guide.

http://www.photoshophelps.com/2015/07/29/learn-photoshop-basics-guide-4-how-to-add-fonts-to-photoshop/
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(03-11-2016, 06:28 AM)ali2020 Wrote:  hi Geester I happy to ask this important question, many of people can't load custom font in Photoshop. But it is piece of cake to add fonts in PS. Not one, you can do a wide collection of fonts in Photoshop, just follow the guide.

http://www.photoshophelps.com/2015/07/29/learn-photoshop-basics-guide-4-how-to-add-fonts-to-photoshop/

right said.
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#4
hiii

thanks for sharing the infomation
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#5
Thanks, it will be helpful for me!
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#6
Will I be able to use some custom fonts from the service at https://www.templatemonster.com/fonts.php? There are some nice and quality fonts. I always get themes for wordpress from Templatemonster and I am sure that their fonts will be awesome too. Maybe you will like those too, by the way
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#7
That is such stunning for me and will have pretty beautiful time for sure. i will like to spend out my time this way more like yosemite park tours. I am so sure that this will be so much enjoyable time for me for sure.
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#8
68 best free fonts for designers
By Tom May 11 days ago Typography  

There are some great free fonts out there. Here are the best of the best.



FREE FONTS: QUICK LINKS
01. Serif fonts
02. Sans-serif fonts
03. Handwriting fonts
04. Retro and vintage fonts
05. Brush fonts
06. Tattoo fonts
07. Graffiti fonts
08. Unusual fonts

In this freshly updated free fonts for designers post, we bring you the world's best free fonts. We've filtered out the diamonds from the thousands of less perfectly designed free fonts available online, for you to use in your designs and illustrations.

Get Adobe Creative Cloud now
This list represents the very best free fonts we've found, split into eight categories. You can use the drop-down menu at the top of the page, or the boxout, right, to jump to the section you want.

Don't forget, we have many other articles covering specialist font types including handwriting fonts, kids' fonts, cursive fonts, beautiful fonts, web fonts, professional fonts and more. (You might also like the fonts in our 20 fonts every graphic designer should own article.)

Most of the typeface collections listed here can be used in your projects for free, but please be sure to check the terms. Read on for our pick of the best free fonts, which you can download and use today.

Serif fonts
01. Bitter


This serif font is designed to work well on screens

Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
The rule of thumb dictates that sans-serif fonts work better for screen use, but this free slab serif typeface has been specially designed to provide a comfortable reading experience on screens. Bitter was designed by Sol Matas, and is available through Argentinian type collaborative Huerta Tipográfica. It combines the generous x-heights and minimal variation in stroke weight.

02. Playfair Display


This free font family is an open source project

Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
This free serif display font takes inspiration from the late 18th century European Enlightenment and the work type designer John Baskerville. The high-contract letterforms have delicate hairlines, relating to rise in popularity of pointed steel pens, which took over from the previous broad nib quills during this period.

The typeface design is a project led designed by Dutch designer Claus Eggers Sørensen. It's development is open source, and can be found on GitHub here.

03. Lora


Brushed curves contrast with driving serifs in this free font

Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Lora is a free font that has its roots in calligraphy. It was originally designed for type foundry Cyreal in 2011, with a Cyrillic extension added in 2013, and comes in four styles: regular, bold, italic, and bold italic.

Brushed curves contrast with driving serifs to give this free font a well-balanced, contemporary feel. Although Lora is technically optimised for use on the web, it will also work well in print projects.

04. Butler
Image 1 of 2


Free font Butler brings a sense of modernism to the serif




Free font Butler brings a sense of modernism to the serif


Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Inspired by both Dala Floda and the Bodoni family, Butler is a free font designed by Fabian De Smet. His aim was to bring a bit of modernism to serif fonts, by working on the curves of classical serif fonts, and adding an extra stencil family.

The Butler family contains 334 characters, seven regular weights and seven stencil weights, and includes text figures, ligatures and fractions. It also suits many different languages with its added glyphs. De Smet suggests it would work well for “posters, very big titles, books and fancy stuff.”

05. Arvo
Free fonts Oranienbaum

A superior geometric slab-serif, Arvo is one of our favourite free fonts
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Arvo is a geometric slab-serif font family that’s suitable for both screen and print use. Designed for legibility, it was created by Anton Koovit and published in the Google Font directory as a free open font (OFL). Unlike many slab serifs on Google Fonts, Arvo contains normal, italic, bold and bold italic styles.

06. Crimson Text
Free fonts Adam

Crimson Text is a free font family inspired by old-time book typefaces
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Here’s a free font family created specifically for book production, inspired by old-time, Garamond-esque book typefaces. Crimson Text is the work of German-born, Toronto-based designer Sebastian Kosch, who says he was influenced by the work of Jan Tschichold, Robert Slimbach and Jonathan Hoefler.

It’s also favourite free font of Taylor Palmer, a senior UX designer based out of Utah, USA. "Crimson is a sophisticated serif that makes a nice alternative to traditional Garamond-esque typefaces,” he says. “It also has a very expressive italic, which pairs nicely with strong, geometric sans-serifs like Futura or Avenir."

07. Aleo
Free fonts Ailerons

Aleo is one of those rare free fonts that manages to balance personality with legibility perfectly
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Aleo has semi-rounded details and a sleek structure, giving a sense of personality while maintaining a good level of legibility. This free font family comprises six styles: three weights (light, regular and bold), with corresponding true italics. Released under the SIL Open Font License, it was designed by Alessio Laiso, a designer at IBM Dublin, as the slab serif companion to Lato.

08. Cormorant
Image 1 of 3


Free font Cormorant was inspired by the Garamond greats




Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Cormorant is a display serif typeface inspired by the Garamond heritage. It was hand-drawn and produced by Christian Thalmann, aka Catharsis Fonts, who describes it as containing “scandalously small counters, razor-sharp serifs, dangerously smooth curves, and flamboyantly tall accents”. The font is best used for headlines and poster text at large sizes, both on screen and in print, but is also highly legible at smaller text sizes.

09. Brela
Free fonts Aventura

Free font Brela works well in editorial designs, both for headlines and body text
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Brela is a humanistic serif font designed exclusively for editorial design. With a generous x-height, it’s very legible, even at tiny sizes, yet it works equally well in bold, large headlines. This free font was designed by Spanish creative agency Makarska Studio and comes in regular and bold weights.

10. Libre Baskerville
Free fonts Azedo

Free font Libre Baskerville is optimised for reading body text on screen
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Libre Baskerville is a web font optimised for body text (typically 16px). It’s based on the American Type Founder's Baskerville from 1941, but it has a taller x-height, wider counters and a little less contrast, allowing it to work well for reading on screen. This open source project is led by Impallari Type, a type design foundry based in Rosario, Argentina.

"I like to keep my eye on the Libre fonts, like Libre Baskerville,” enthuses Taylor Palmer, a senior UX designer based out of Utah, USA. He also recommends you check out its sister font, Libre Franklin, which is also free. “Libre Franklin hearkens back to strong, traditional typefaces, like Franklin Gothic, that have the declarative nature of something like a newspaper headline but are simple enough to set as paragraph text," he explains.

11. Jura
Free fonts Bariol

Free font Jura looks good at both large and small sizes
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
A remarkably elegant font, Jura is characterised by its narrow proportions and distinguishing details, including its rounded, wedge shaped serifs. It looks good at large sizes, but reads well at small ones too. This free font was created by UK-based designer Ed Merritt.

12. Fenix
Free fonts Baron

Fénix is one of the best free fonts we’ve seen for long passages of small text
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Fénix is a calligraphy-inspired font that works well as both display text and body copy. Featuring strong serifs and rough strokes, it provides a lovely rhythm when reading long passages in small text sizes. It’s the work of Fernando Díaz, a designer at Uruguayan foundry TipoType.

13. Luthier
Image 1 of 2


Luthier is a free font that can be used for both large and small text




Luthier is a free font that can be used for both large and small text


Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Luthier is a contemporary typeface characterised by sharp serifs and high contrast, which comes in two weights plus italics. Good for both headlines and body text, it would suit designs focused on serious, intellectual topics. This free font was created by Barcelona-based designer Adrià Gómez.

14. Slabo


A modern serif font tuned to pixel perfection
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Currently the number one most popular serif font on Google Fonts, Slabo was designed by John Hudson, co-founder of Tiro Typeworks foundry. Slabo is a growing collection of size-specific web fonts, with Slabo 27px and Slabo 13px out so far, fine-tuned precisely for use at those specific pixel sizes. The blocky feel of its ligatures give a modern twist to the serif font, perfect for online designs.

15. Bree Serif
Bree serif font specimen

We love the single-story rounded a in Bree Serif

Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Created by indie type foundry TypeTogether, Bree Serif is the free serif cousin of the paid-for font family, Bree. Described as a "friendly upright italic", we love the modern, easy to read face when used at larger point sizes. Its rounded a with a single counter is a nice touch, too.
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#9
68 best free fonts for designers
By Tom May 11 days ago Typography

There are some great free fonts out there. Here are the best of the best.



FREE FONTS: QUICK LINKS
01. Serif fonts
02. Sans-serif fonts
03. Handwriting fonts
04. Retro and vintage fonts
05. Brush fonts
06. Tattoo fonts
07. Graffiti fonts
08. Unusual fonts

In this freshly updated free fonts for designers post, we bring you the world's best free fonts. We've filtered out the diamonds from the thousands of less perfectly designed free fonts available online, for you to use in your designs and illustrations.

Get Adobe Creative Cloud now
This list represents the very best free fonts we've found, split into eight categories. You can use the drop-down menu at the top of the page, or the boxout, right, to jump to the section you want.

Don't forget, we have many other articles covering specialist font types including handwriting fonts, kids' fonts, cursive fonts, beautiful fonts, web fonts, professional fonts and more. (You might also like the fonts in our 20 fonts every graphic designer should own article.)

Most of the typeface collections listed here can be used in your projects for free, but please be sure to check the terms. Read on for our pick of the best free fonts, which you can download and use today.

Serif fonts
01. Bitter


This serif font is designed to work well on screens

Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
The rule of thumb dictates that sans-serif fonts work better for screen use, but this free slab serif typeface has been specially designed to provide a comfortable reading experience on screens. Bitter was designed by Sol Matas, and is available through Argentinian type collaborative Huerta Tipográfica. It combines the generous x-heights and minimal variation in stroke weight.

02. Playfair Display


This free font family is an open source project

Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
This free serif display font takes inspiration from the late 18th century European Enlightenment and the work type designer John Baskerville. The high-contract letterforms have delicate hairlines, relating to rise in popularity of pointed steel pens, which took over from the previous broad nib quills during this period.

The typeface design is a project led designed by Dutch designer Claus Eggers Sørensen. It's development is open source, and can be found on GitHub here.

03. Lora


Brushed curves contrast with driving serifs in this free font

Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Lora is a free font that has its roots in calligraphy. It was originally designed for type foundry Cyreal in 2011, with a Cyrillic extension added in 2013, and comes in four styles: regular, bold, italic, and bold italic.

Brushed curves contrast with driving serifs to give this free font a well-balanced, contemporary feel. Although Lora is technically optimised for use on the web, it will also work well in print projects.

04. Butler
Image 1 of 2


Free font Butler brings a sense of modernism to the serif




Free font Butler brings a sense of modernism to the serif


Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Inspired by both Dala Floda and the Bodoni family, Butler is a free font designed by Fabian De Smet. His aim was to bring a bit of modernism to serif fonts, by working on the curves of classical serif fonts, and adding an extra stencil family.

The Butler family contains 334 characters, seven regular weights and seven stencil weights, and includes text figures, ligatures and fractions. It also suits many different languages with its added glyphs. De Smet suggests it would work well for “posters, very big titles, books and fancy stuff.”

05. Arvo
Free fonts Oranienbaum

A superior geometric slab-serif, Arvo is one of our favourite free fonts
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Arvo is a geometric slab-serif font family that’s suitable for both screen and print use. Designed for legibility, it was created by Anton Koovit and published in the Google Font directory as a free open font (OFL). Unlike many slab serifs on Google Fonts, Arvo contains normal, italic, bold and bold italic styles.

06. Crimson Text
Free fonts Adam

Crimson Text is a free font family inspired by old-time book typefaces
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Here’s a free font family created specifically for book production, inspired by old-time, Garamond-esque book typefaces. Crimson Text is the work of German-born, Toronto-based designer Sebastian Kosch, who says he was influenced by the work of Jan Tschichold, Robert Slimbach and Jonathan Hoefler.

It’s also favourite free font of Taylor Palmer, a senior UX designer based out of Utah, USA. "Crimson is a sophisticated serif that makes a nice alternative to traditional Garamond-esque typefaces,” he says. “It also has a very expressive italic, which pairs nicely with strong, geometric sans-serifs like Futura or Avenir."

07. Aleo
Free fonts Ailerons

Aleo is one of those rare free fonts that manages to balance personality with legibility perfectly
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Aleo has semi-rounded details and a sleek structure, giving a sense of personality while maintaining a good level of legibility. This free font family comprises six styles: three weights (light, regular and bold), with corresponding true italics. Released under the SIL Open Font License, it was designed by Alessio Laiso, a designer at IBM Dublin, as the slab serif companion to Lato.

08. Cormorant
Image 1 of 3


Free font Cormorant was inspired by the Garamond greats




Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Cormorant is a display serif typeface inspired by the Garamond heritage. It was hand-drawn and produced by Christian Thalmann, aka Catharsis Fonts, who describes it as containing “scandalously small counters, razor-sharp serifs, dangerously smooth curves, and flamboyantly tall accents”. The font is best used for headlines and poster text at large sizes, both on screen and in print, but is also highly legible at smaller text sizes.

09. Brela
Free fonts Aventura

Free font Brela works well in editorial designs, both for headlines and body text
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Brela is a humanistic serif font designed exclusively for editorial design. With a generous x-height, it’s very legible, even at tiny sizes, yet it works equally well in bold, large headlines. This free font was designed by Spanish creative agency Makarska Studio and comes in regular and bold weights.

10. Libre Baskerville
Free fonts Azedo

Free font Libre Baskerville is optimised for reading body text on screen
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Libre Baskerville is a web font optimised for body text (typically 16px). It’s based on the American Type Founder's Baskerville from 1941, but it has a taller x-height, wider counters and a little less contrast, allowing it to work well for reading on screen. This open source project is led by Impallari Type, a type design foundry based in Rosario, Argentina.

"I like to keep my eye on the Libre fonts, like Libre Baskerville,” enthuses Taylor Palmer, a senior UX designer based out of Utah, USA. He also recommends you check out its sister font, Libre Franklin, which is also free. “Libre Franklin hearkens back to strong, traditional typefaces, like Franklin Gothic, that have the declarative nature of something like a newspaper headline but are simple enough to set as paragraph text," he explains.

11. Jura
Free fonts Bariol

Free font Jura looks good at both large and small sizes
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
A remarkably elegant font, Jura is characterised by its narrow proportions and distinguishing details, including its rounded, wedge shaped serifs. It looks good at large sizes, but reads well at small ones too. This free font was created by UK-based designer Ed Merritt.

12. Fenix
Free fonts Baron

Fénix is one of the best free fonts we’ve seen for long passages of small text
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Fénix is a calligraphy-inspired font that works well as both display text and body copy. Featuring strong serifs and rough strokes, it provides a lovely rhythm when reading long passages in small text sizes. It’s the work of Fernando Díaz, a designer at Uruguayan foundry TipoType.

13. Luthier
Image 1 of 2


Luthier is a free font that can be used for both large and small text




Luthier is a free font that can be used for both large and small text


Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Luthier is a contemporary typeface characterised by sharp serifs and high contrast, which comes in two weights plus italics. Good for both headlines and body text, it would suit designs focused on serious, intellectual topics. This free font was created by Barcelona-based designer Adrià Gómez.

14. Slabo


A modern serif font tuned to pixel perfection
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Currently the number one most popular serif font on Google Fonts, Slabo was designed by John Hudson, co-founder of Tiro Typeworks foundry. Slabo is a growing collection of size-specific web fonts, with Slabo 27px and Slabo 13px out so far, fine-tuned precisely for use at those specific pixel sizes. The blocky feel of its ligatures give a modern twist to the serif font, perfect for online designs.

15. Bree Serif
Bree serif font specimen

We love the single-story rounded a in Bree Serif
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Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Created by indie type foundry TypeTogether, Bree Serif is the free serif cousin of the paid-for font family, Bree. Described as a "friendly upright italic", we love the modern, easy to read face when used at larger point sizes. Its rounded a with a single counter is a nice touch, too.
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#10
68 best free fonts for designers
By Tom May 11 days ago Typography

There are some great free fonts out there. Here are the best of the best.



FREE FONTS: QUICK LINKS
01. Serif fonts
02. Sans-serif fonts
03. Handwriting fonts
04. Retro and vintage fonts
05. Brush fonts
06. Tattoo fonts
07. Graffiti fonts
08. Unusual fonts

In this freshly updated free fonts for designers post, we bring you the world's best free fonts. We've filtered out the diamonds from the thousands of less perfectly designed free fonts available online, for you to use in your designs and illustrations.

Get Adobe Creative Cloud now
This list represents the very best free fonts we've found, split into eight categories. You can use the drop-down menu at the top of the page, or the boxout, right, to jump to the section you want.

Don't forget, we have many other articles covering specialist font types including handwriting fonts, kids' fonts, cursive fonts, beautiful fonts, web fonts, professional fonts and more. (You might also like the fonts in our 20 fonts every graphic designer should own article.)

Most of the typeface collections listed here can be used in your projects for free, but please be sure to check the terms. Read on for our pick of the best free fonts, which you can download and use today.

Serif fonts
01. Bitter


This serif font is designed to work well on screens

Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
The rule of thumb dictates that sans-serif fonts work better for screen use, but this free slab serif typeface has been specially designed to provide a comfortable reading experience on screens. Bitter was designed by Sol Matas, and is available through Argentinian type collaborative Huerta Tipográfica. It combines the generous x-heights and minimal variation in stroke weight.

02. Playfair Display


This free font family is an open source project

Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
This free serif display font takes inspiration from the late 18th century European Enlightenment and the work type designer John Baskerville. The high-contract letterforms have delicate hairlines, relating to rise in popularity of pointed steel pens, which took over from the previous broad nib quills during this period.

The typeface design is a project led designed by Dutch designer Claus Eggers Sørensen. It's development is open source, and can be found on GitHub here.

03. Lora


Brushed curves contrast with driving serifs in this free font

Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Lora is a free font that has its roots in calligraphy. It was originally designed for type foundry Cyreal in 2011, with a Cyrillic extension added in 2013, and comes in four styles: regular, bold, italic, and bold italic.

Brushed curves contrast with driving serifs to give this free font a well-balanced, contemporary feel. Although Lora is technically optimised for use on the web, it will also work well in print projects.

04. Butler
Image 1 of 2


Free font Butler brings a sense of modernism to the serif




Free font Butler brings a sense of modernism to the serif


Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Inspired by both Dala Floda and the Bodoni family, Butler is a free font designed by Fabian De Smet. His aim was to bring a bit of modernism to serif fonts, by working on the curves of classical serif fonts, and adding an extra stencil family.

The Butler family contains 334 characters, seven regular weights and seven stencil weights, and includes text figures, ligatures and fractions. It also suits many different languages with its added glyphs. De Smet suggests it would work well for “posters, very big titles, books and fancy stuff.”

05. Arvo
Free fonts Oranienbaum

A superior geometric slab-serif, Arvo is one of our favourite free fonts
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Arvo is a geometric slab-serif font family that’s suitable for both screen and print use. Designed for legibility, it was created by Anton Koovit and published in the Google Font directory as a free open font (OFL). Unlike many slab serifs on Google Fonts, Arvo contains normal, italic, bold and bold italic styles.

06. Crimson Text
Free fonts Adam

Crimson Text is a free font family inspired by old-time book typefaces
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Here’s a free font family created specifically for book production, inspired by old-time, Garamond-esque book typefaces. Crimson Text is the work of German-born, Toronto-based designer Sebastian Kosch, who says he was influenced by the work of Jan Tschichold, Robert Slimbach and Jonathan Hoefler.

It’s also favourite free font of Taylor Palmer, a senior UX designer based out of Utah, USA. "Crimson is a sophisticated serif that makes a nice alternative to traditional Garamond-esque typefaces,” he says. “It also has a very expressive italic, which pairs nicely with strong, geometric sans-serifs like Futura or Avenir."

07. Aleo
Free fonts Ailerons

Aleo is one of those rare free fonts that manages to balance personality with legibility perfectly
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Aleo has semi-rounded details and a sleek structure, giving a sense of personality while maintaining a good level of legibility. This free font family comprises six styles: three weights (light, regular and bold), with corresponding true italics. Released under the SIL Open Font License, it was designed by Alessio Laiso, a designer at IBM Dublin, as the slab serif companion to Lato.

08. Cormorant
Image 1 of 3


Free font Cormorant was inspired by the Garamond greats




Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Cormorant is a display serif typeface inspired by the Garamond heritage. It was hand-drawn and produced by Christian Thalmann, aka Catharsis Fonts, who describes it as containing “scandalously small counters, razor-sharp serifs, dangerously smooth curves, and flamboyantly tall accents”. The font is best used for headlines and poster text at large sizes, both on screen and in print, but is also highly legible at smaller text sizes.

09. Brela
Free fonts Aventura

Free font Brela works well in editorial designs, both for headlines and body text
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Brela is a humanistic serif font designed exclusively for editorial design. With a generous x-height, it’s very legible, even at tiny sizes, yet it works equally well in bold, large headlines. This free font was designed by Spanish creative agency Makarska Studio and comes in regular and bold weights.

10. Libre Baskerville
Free fonts Azedo

Free font Libre Baskerville is optimised for reading body text on screen
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Libre Baskerville is a web font optimised for body text (typically 16px). It’s based on the American Type Founder's Baskerville from 1941, but it has a taller x-height, wider counters and a little less contrast, allowing it to work well for reading on screen. This open source project is led by Impallari Type, a type design foundry based in Rosario, Argentina.

"I like to keep my eye on the Libre fonts, like Libre Baskerville,” enthuses Taylor Palmer, a senior UX designer based out of Utah, USA. He also recommends you check out its sister font, Libre Franklin, which is also free. “Libre Franklin hearkens back to strong, traditional typefaces, like Franklin Gothic, that have the declarative nature of something like a newspaper headline but are simple enough to set as paragraph text," he explains.

11. Jura
Free fonts Bariol

Free font Jura looks good at both large and small sizes
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
A remarkably elegant font, Jura is characterised by its narrow proportions and distinguishing details, including its rounded, wedge shaped serifs. It looks good at large sizes, but reads well at small ones too. This free font was created by UK-based designer Ed Merritt.

12. Fenix
Free fonts Baron

Fénix is one of the best free fonts we’ve seen for long passages of small text
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Fénix is a calligraphy-inspired font that works well as both display text and body copy. Featuring strong serifs and rough strokes, it provides a lovely rhythm when reading long passages in small text sizes. It’s the work of Fernando Díaz, a designer at Uruguayan foundry TipoType.

13. Luthier
Image 1 of 2


Luthier is a free font that can be used for both large and small text




Luthier is a free font that can be used for both large and small text


Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Luthier is a contemporary typeface characterised by sharp serifs and high contrast, which comes in two weights plus italics. Good for both headlines and body text, it would suit designs focused on serious, intellectual topics. This free font was created by Barcelona-based designer Adrià Gómez.

14. Slabo


A modern serif font tuned to pixel perfection
Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Currently the number one most popular serif font on Google Fonts, Slabo was designed by John Hudson, co-founder of Tiro Typeworks foundry. Slabo is a growing collection of size-specific web fonts, with Slabo 27px and Slabo 13px out so far, fine-tuned precisely for use at those specific pixel sizes. The blocky feel of its ligatures give a modern twist to the serif font, perfect for online designs.

15. Bree Serif
Bree serif font specimen

We love the single-story rounded a in Bree Serif

Free for personal and commercial use
DOWNLOAD HERE
Created by indie type foundry TypeTogether, Bree Serif is the free serif cousin of the paid-for font family, Bree. Described as a "friendly upright italic", we love the modern, easy to read face when used at larger point sizes. Its rounded a with a single counter is a nice touch, too..
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#11
I personally love using non traditional fonts from https://www.templatemonster.com/fonts.php . Boring traditional web fonts can make you website look like made by amatour. What are your favourite resources to use to get some cool unusual fonts?
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