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Today’s round-up focuses on clean, distinctive and easy-to-read fonts that designers may not necessarily crave, but will always need. Those types (no pun intented) of fonts, whether that be for a web page or print, that are perfect for headlines and titles. All of the fonts below are free (some requiring a tweet) and for the most part are can be used in both personal and commercial projects, but please do check the licenses of each before using them. Here they are: ALEO (Free for Personal & Commercial Use) Mathematical (Free for Personal Use)
Here at WDL, we like to gather all types of freebies for our readers. We know designers need as much resources as they can get to keep their designs fresh and beautiful. Since fonts certainly play an important role in a design and also because we know you can never have enough fonts at your disposal, today we gathered a new round for you to use in your projects. Enjoy.
Learn how to earn $125 or more per hour as a freelancer - Click Here Font selection for headlines on websites can be critical to achieving the right look and drawing the proper attention with the headlines. Here is a look at more than 50 fonts that will give you some options for creating strong headlines that communicate a message.
Learn how to earn $125 or more per hour as a freelancer - Click Here The use of certain fonts is an easy way to give a design a hand-drawn effect . Fortunately, there are a number of fonts in this style that are freely available. In this post we’ll showcase 25 of the best. As always when you are dealing with freebies, be sure to check the usage restrictions from the designer. Whiteboard Modern Demo
Learn how to earn $125 or more per hour as a freelancer - Click Here In this post we have collected 28 free high quality fonts. Amazon.com has some great books on fonts that you may also want to check out. Color Lines Free Font Free font VAL