Today, webfonts abound. You can find them in a number of places: Google Font Directory, Typekit, Fontspring.com, and myriad other sites and font delivery services. A number are even free. And yet, like most things, much of what is free is not useful, and much of what is useful is not free. For example, there are a great deal of handwriting fonts available for @font-face embedding, but I would be hard pressed to think of more than a few instances in which these would be put to use. This article, then, focuses on the top 13 most useful free webfonts for headline use. (via Top 13 Webfonts for Headline Use | webexpedition18)
As designers we’re always looking for new fonts to integrate into our designs. Adding new fonts to your library can often help inspire you, giving a fresh feel to your designs. Unfortunately it can be really hard to locate quality free fonts amidst the thousands of mediocre ones. Luckily we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of professional free fonts to enhance your designs. We’ve left out all the ‘filler’ fonts you find in a lot of roundups, so that every font below is really high quality and applicable. (via The Ultimate Collection of Professional Free Fonts)
Only the best commercial- use free fonts Free fonts have met their match. We know how hard it is to find quality freeware that is licensed for commercial work. We’ve done the hard work, hand-selecting these typefaces and presenting them in an easy-to-use format.
Typography definitely plays a big role in any design, and here at WDL we really like to keep our readers updated with free and inspiring fonts, so we decided to gather a new list of free fonts for your delight. Check them out and remember to click the images to be redirected to the website were you can download the fonts. Enjoy! (via 10 New Free Fonts for Your Inspiration | Freebies)
With so many free fonts available on the web today, it is easy to miss out on some true gems in the typographic arena. It is hard to stay on top of the latest developments and releases when there are so many outlets to turn to find your fonts. Today we aim to help you out with this charge, by showcasing some grunge laden free fonts, most of which are less than a year old. Looking around for fonts, it became fairly clear, that most designers (be they makers of fonts or featurers of fonts) tend towards clean, sharp typography. We wanted to take things in a different direction. So we went for a little walk on the grunge side as we searched for free fonts to feature for our readers. We hope you enjoy! (via Free Fonts : A Walk on the Grunge Side)