We like Brela because of its relatively high x-height giving it a very open feel and great readability. It’s a humanist style font that is very readable in small sizes but also quite striking at display sizes.
Voga works very well as a display font.
It is a condensed font that is made up of contrasting elements. It has some very interesting glyphs as seen in the lowercase ‘g.’ It has a very glamorous look and feel.
A very well-made font, Marta’s wedge serifs lend it a great readability.
A great feature of this font is that its italics are upright which isn’t seen very often in font families. It definitely lends a certain uniqueness to any composition.
Born is another great serif font with a few humanist and calligraphic elements.
The x-height is generous which makes it very readable in body text while also exhibiting just enough of a subtle contrast in its strokes to make it look a bit classic while retaining a modern feel. (You must “pay with a post” to social media about this font to access the download link.)
DDM is a very clean and open san-serif with great readability. (You must “pay with a post” to social media about this font to access the download link.)
Arca Majora is a sans-serif display font with a very contemporary feel. Only uppercase and number glyphs, along with some punctuations are included.
Its creator takes inspiration from the world of fashion and indeed has a created a very elegant font. This font works really well as a display font.
This is a pretty interesting font as it has serif and sans serif fonts which is probably why it’s called “Mish Mash.”
It looks great in display sizes as well as in text. The serifs are sharp with very interesting angles that make it look and feel modern but also can be used in more traditional applications.
Libre Caslon is a very interesting free font.
First of all, it is technically still in development and the creators have only released ‘beta” versions. It looks tall and condensed and it has a perfectly executed contrast within the font. It works amazingly as a display font as well as in body sizes.
It seems the creators have dubbed this Caslon font as the “sexy” Caslon and we couldn’t agree more. This is definitely a font we’re keeping an eye on.
Table of Contents
- 20 Free Sans Serif Fonts Every Designer Should Have
- 10 Free Script Fonts to Download
- How to Quickly Preview All Your Installed Fonts
- Learning the Art and Science of Combining Fonts
- Test Your Fonts in the Browser
- Why We Still Need Web-safe Fonts
- Free Programming Fonts
- Font Collection: 10 Free Blackletter Fonts
- 10 Free Beautiful Script Fonts to Download
Resources by Industry
- Web Design for Excavation Companies: Top 5 Tips (With Examples!)
- 5 Web Design Tips for Fence Installers
- 5 Simple and Successful Web Design Tips for Auto Parts Retailers
- Tips for Medical Website Designs
- Medical Website Design from an Award Winning Agency
- Top 10 Effective Web Design Tips for Auto Service Centers
- Web Design for Renewable Energy: Tips for a Site That Shines
- Insurance Website Design Services
- 5 Web Design Tips for Fertility Clinics
How is your website’s SEO?
Use our free tool to get your score calculated in under 60 seconds.
Get posts by email
Join 200,000 marketing managers and subscribe to Revenue Weekly!
"*" indicates required fields
Join our mission to provide industry-leading digital marketing services to businesses around the globe - all while building your personal knowledge and growing as an individual.