25 Fonts That Make Your Designs Look Amazing
Posted by: Prince Pal | Posted date: 15-March-2016Scroll Down
Okay, let me begin by asking you a question. What makes a design good? The answers that are generally heard are simplicity, or maybe white space. Some even rule out the concept of ‘good’ in design altogether. But what if I say it is typography…yes, that’s right- Font. Fonts change the look of the sites and grip you with style and innovation. Premium and fancy fonts can have a great impact on the audience.
Still, it is also important to know that web fonts can even misguide your visualization on operating systems with subpixel rendering turned off. They can come out with different effects on different browsers. Making your font selection easy, here is a series of fonts, whose technical and visual attributes make them reader friendly and compatible with varied devices, browsers and operating systems. Read and get inspired with some beautiful and exquisite typography -
Being a contemporary, strong font, Adam scores high in readability and is best for website headings and navigation bars.
Nougatine is an innovative, classic font that puts together powerful capital letters along with fine cut-out shapes.
3. Code Pro
Code Pro is every designer’s favorite. It comes in various visual densities (thin or heavy) and lot of patterns. This brilliant font is perfect for any design, be it website of a startup or college brochures.
This typeface is ultra modern and when used with extra thin fonts like Raleway, it gives an aesthetic appearance when laid over a high resolution background picture.
Looking for a retro font like Georgia or Garamond? Domine ends your search. It is solid black and bolder than the typical paragraph typeface, making it an ideal pick for shouty headlines.
Solid fonts are the major requirement for startups these days. Most tech fonts are too bold and loud for today’s projects. Dosis is class apart. With its supple, round corner, it is a great choice as against the traditional tech fonts. Also, it works well in non-tech projects.
7. Odin Rounded
This old styled font is inspired from Norse design and is an amazing option for tech-oriented projects.
Choose Hagin for your old label projects. It can bring forth bold headlines and its different serifs make it of a different league altogether.
9. Roboto Slab
Roboto Slab comes with multiple uses and is suitable for both headlines and paragraphs. Oh yes, it can even carry off-line publications well.
If you plan to create an edge for your startup, use Lora. It has a retro feel and is easy to read even in small sizes.
11. Calendas Plus
Calendas pronounces old retro fonts like Garamond and Georgia but also has an innovation of its own.
Langdon is a user-friendly, highly readable font that is suitable for headlines and merges nicely with cursive fonts.
With powerful characters and stylish shaping, Vincent is meant for the businesses that just talk on point yet with a personal touch.
With right bents and three weights, Rex is an extraordinary typeface for logos and paragraph headings.
It is a delicate typeface with an easy and classy feel. You must know that such kinds of fonts are meant for startups in industries that depend on consumer interaction, example health and wellness companies.
From our old yesteryears fonts, very few fall in the category of good. Silverfake although is an exception. With a rich, clear feel of the previous era, it blends nicely with contemporary, dense fonts like Adam
You know what every designer aspires; being able to create something sleek that can support the thinnest font possible. And the best we have in a thin category is Raleway. Raleway is one of the most preferred fonts that come in many sizes, varying from hairline thin to bold black, thereby making it the most suitable option for the company branding functions.
18. Droid Serif
Droid is meant for block text. It is high in readability and combines soft and hard serifs to give a different look of its own.
Franchise is a user-friendly, sturdy display typeface that is visually appealing for the web, especially in infographics.
Abel is the right amalgamation of a tech typeface and sophisticated display font. Although it only comes in one weight, still this font can be a great pick for headlines and paragraph text.
Lintel’s crisp, powerful elements make it ideal for advanced tech and fashion startups.
The use of Weston brings the feel of a 1930s movie poster and somewhat looks like a Wild West ‘most wanted’ alert. Combine it with cursive typeface or a sleek contemporary font.
This is the most elegant fonts of all. It comes in six styles in italics form, so the designers don’t have to do much work in finding the suitable form for any project.
Lato is for the high spirits of the startups as it delivers a friendly yet stylish look. It looks good with any serif font, say Aleo or Lora.
25. Farrerons Serif Light
This is an interesting font. It is highly readable as well as reliable for block text. It gives a creative appeal to the headings. Do give it a shot in your future off-line print project.
Download Farrerons Serif Light Font
I hope the above typography treasure gives you golden designs. Have more design queries? Think 360 is always at your service. Visit our studio website contact section and get versatile designs for your projects.