The struggle is real! Sometimes, you can't find that one font that you know it's going to fit the best on your graphic or at least you can't find it for free. Typography is really important when designing and by choosing the appropriate font, it can turn your graphic into a piece of art.
What if we did the research for you and find the most used free fonts resources. Now you only have to decide which one fits your graphic the best. I guess that 10 is always better than 1 and we tested them all.
Here we go, Top 10 Free Font Resources!
What's so amazing about this site is that they have placed the fonts into a context, just to give you an idea about how your design should look. Both beginners and professional designers can use Free Design Resources without any copyright issues.
The fonts variety is sorted into many categories, which makes it easier for you to find the font you want.
The first thing we can say about FontSpace is that they are really generous by making available a collection of over 32.000 free fonts delivered by designers around the world. This site can be used even by the most demanding designer, because there is no way you can't find at least one font right for your graphic.
More, to keep you out of trouble, FontSpace, labelled very clearly the fonts who are good for commercial use or not.
This app is every graphic designer's marketplace dream. With Creative Market you can build up your font library and more, for free. The only thing you have to do is to follow the free goods every week and get rewarded.
Behance is an online portfolio platform aquired by Adobe, where designers can show off their work. Great, right? Here you can find lots of different font templates made by awesome graphic and web designers. Choose the one who fits you the best, check it if it's available for commercial use and start designing.
Ivan Filipov is both a graphic and web designer and also the creator of this online portfolio. This is the place where you can always find original and creative fonts. You may not believe it, but these are available for free download.
The Northern Block belongs to Jonathan Hill, who created this app back in 2006. Feel free to explore all the free fonts offered. Here you can find fonts that you can use for personal projects or even professional ones.
If you are looking for an unique font, you may find Jeff's font creations very useful. There are not so many available, but this is the way to custom your design like nobody else.
If you are more on the vintage or gothic side, the Gluk Fonts will fit your designs perfectly. The creator of this site is the polish designer Gluksza and not only that you can download his free fonts but also other design resources too.
DaFont.com came closer to the more playful side. Here is the perfect place to find a huge collection of fonts starting from the classics to the most unusual like Pac (Man) Font. If you find this interesting you should give it a try.
If you find yourself among the classics, then Google Fonts might be your favorite one. All the fonts are open source, so you can customize them for your needs. Also you can pull together with the designer to improve them.
What is the most important fact about this site, is that you are free to use its fonts in every way you want, privately or commercially.
You can use any available fonts from the list above on your graphics created with PixTeller editor.
Watch this video if you want to learn how to upload your own fonts on PixTeller!
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Until next time, Be creative!
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