[Giveaway] Sites To Download Amazing Fonts For Designers

[Giveaway] Sites To Download Amazing Fonts For Designers

 

In the design industry, there’s consistently a gold rush for a good font that may improve the designs. In this post are an assortment of 25 free fonts sites that are most visited and preferred by a majority of professional designers.

If you have more recommendations, feel free to share.

Google Fonts 

Google Fonts is an amazing collection of high-quality fonts that are completely free and open source. You can download and even modify the fonts according to your use. Moreover, the site’s interface is very interactive and easy to navigate.

Fonts Squirrel 

A website dedicated to free fonts for commercial use. The font database is extensive, and you can use handy font generator and identifier tools if needed.

DaFont 

One of the most popular free fonts site, DaFont has a massive collection of fonts uploaded by brilliant contributors. Most fonts are free, but you will also find demo and shareware here. Make sure you check the license before using any font.

FontZone

One of my favorite font resources, FontZone has a humongous collection of free fonts and many of them are free for commercial use. You can find many cool fonts like 3D fonts, Graffiti, shadow, Logo, Gothic, and more.

Lost Type

Lost Type uses pay-what-you-want model for personal use fonts, you can even pay $0 to get the fonts. The fonts are high-quality but only available for personal use for free.

FFonts

It has over 14000 free fonts available for commercial use and thousands more available for personal use and demos. You can download 50 fonts per day, and the limit can increase to 200 with the premium account.

FontSpace 

I love the web interface of this site for its easy navigation and simplicity. And like others, they also have an extensive database of free and high-quality fonts uploaded by over 2000 designers.

Font Freak 

Although you can only alphabetical browser the fonts, Font Freak makes it very easy to download all the free fonts (9000+) with a single click. The quality of some fonts are questionable, but there are many gems as well.

Creative Market 

This is a market for design-related content. You will not find free fonts section here, but they have “Free Goods” section where multiple products go free every week, including fonts. Check it out every week, and you may land a cool font for free.

Fonts on Behance 

You can find many amazing fonts on popular creative work platform Behance, but it’s not available right in front. You’ll have to search for the fonts, and a simple search of “free fonts” should get you started. Many of the fonts are available for commercial use as well.

Typedepot 

Another good place to find high-quality fonts, but the fonts are paid and only few are free in each category. You can find fonts in Moreno, Cormac, Ossem, Central Sans Pro, and few other categories.

1001 Free Fonts

Although 1001 Free Fonts have over 10,000 free fonts, but most of them are only available for personal use. You can get all the 10,000+ fonts with the commercial license for $19.95. The fonts are neatly categorized, and I also really like their customizable preview tool.

FreeTypography 

This site may not have a comprehensive list of fonts, but they make up for it with quality. The fonts on FreeTypography are really impactful, although very few of them are available for commercial use.

Abstract Fonts 

Quality and quantity, Abstract Fonts has both, but the easy navigation is what makes this website cool. You can quickly skim through dozens of fonts and download them. Not to mention the highly customizable preview tool.

Urban Fonts 

One of the best resources for finding both free and paid fonts. Urban Fonts has thousands of quality fonts with support for different languages. The website is also very interactive and you can find fonts using categorize, alphabets and tags.

Hype for Type 

Hype for Type is popular for its paid fonts, but there is a good free section as well where you can find free “Regular” fonts. Though whole font families aren’t free, but I really like the font quality.

The League of Movable Type 

A must visit for anyone looking for quality fonts. They are very keen about open-source fonts and quality, and hold strict standards for fonts. The fonts here are a must for your collection.

Font Bundles 

As the name applies, the website has bundles of free fonts for users and they add a new font every week to their free fonts collection. However, to download the free fonts you need to sign up on the website.

FontM 

FontM offers thousands of fonts that are free for download and most of them can be used in personal and commercial projects. It has a simple interface offering different categories to find your required font.

Dribbble 

We all know Dribble as a platform for finding and featuring designs and creatives. However, there is a section on the site that offers free and creative fonts made by talented designers.

BeFonts 

BeFonts has a huge collection of fonts, most of which are free. The site features many cool fonts from different font families. Before using them, however, do check their usage license.

Pixel Surplus 

Pixel Surplus offers hundred of creative resources for designing, and free fonts are just one of them. You can browse through a collection of wonderfully-designed fonts. You do, however, need to register for downloading the resources.

Fontsly 

A whole gamut of fonts related to almost every theme, Fontsly is a great resource to download free fonts. Do check the personal or professional use license before applying a font in your projects.

Free Fonts Project

A caring designer’s effort to make quality fonts accessible to everyone, Free Fonts Project offers a font for every kind of project. The best part is, all fonts on the site can be used for commercial as well as personal purposes without any limitations.

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