Are you struggling to find that particular typeface that matches your creative vision? Then you’ve come to right place! We do know how difficult and time-consuming it can be to find good, high-quality fonts, so we’ve done the searching for you. With over 100 free fonts to choose from, we guarantee that you will find the one, if not the several, you need. These really are the fonts you’ve been looking for!
Despite many exciting trends such as Three.js, split layouts, micro-interactions and gradients, typography always has a special place in our hearts and interfaces. It is not a tool that you can leave behind when building a website. Maybe a picture is worth a thousand words, but without a tiny chunk of text that quickly hints at what’s going on, you’re left with just a picture. Like it or not, typography is irreplaceable.
Disney is one of the most recognizable brands in the world. Whether it’s through their animated features, theme parks, Marvel movies, Star Wars films or their many video games, Disney is known to everyone around the globe. Their presence has had a viable and undeniable impact around the world, and mere mention brings feelings of joy to a lot of people.
This round-up focuses on clean, distinctive and those easy-to-read free fonts that designers always crave – fonts for beautiful headlines and titles. Wether you use these them on the web or in print, these are the types (pun intended) of legible fonts you will need to give your typography the professional impact yours readers or users demand.
Although very popular, Icon fonts do also have their pitfalls. Ian Feather has discussed his reasons for switching from an icon font to SVG, and CSS Tricks have outlined some considerations when choosing between an icon font system or SVG. Both clearly favouring SVG. As a counter-argument, Pictonic have said that icon fonts are 10% faster than SVG. These are just things you should consider before you do use icon fonts.
The impact Google Fonts has had on the web is undeniable. Since its somewhat humble beginnings in 2010, the 800+ fonts now hosted by the library have been viewed well over 19 trillion times. Of course, the likes of Adobe and others have followed suit with font repositories of their own. The difference is that everything Google Fonts has to offer is free.