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5 Resources For Free, High Quality Fonts

Posted 20th February, 2014 by Aliysa

Fonts are a really important part of web design, and can have great affect on the overall feel and aesthetics of your site. With this in mind, you may have found yourself searching for just the right typeface for your project, only to be returned with volumes of low quality fonts, or fonts available at a premium, either as a one-off payment upon download or available for download after a paid-for subscription to the host site. So where can you find high quality fonts, without paying a fee?

Font Squirrel

(http://www.fontsquirrel.com/)

Font Squirrel provide a range of fonts which are 100% free for commercial use. Simply displayed on the site, you can easily search through fonts using the filters on the right-hand side.

Font Squirrel

FontCab

(http://www.fontcab.com/)

FontCab also aims to make it really simple to find the perfect free font for you, with an extremely simple layout, designed to minimise time spent searching.

FontCab


Adobe Edge Web Fonts

(http://html.adobe.com/edge/webfonts/)

A great resource for web fonts, Adobe Edge Web Fonts offers over 500 free fonts from contributors Adobe, Google and designers around the world.

Adobe Edge Web Fonts

Google Fonts

(http://www.google.com/fonts/)

Google Fonts provides a neat interface to search through open-source web fonts, giving users access to quality typography for web pages and applications, at no cost.

Google Fonts

FreeTypography

(http://freetypography.com/)

FreeTypography lists a number of creative fonts, many of which are exclusively available for download on the site. FreeTypography

Where do you find and download free, high quality fonts?

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