There’s nothing like creating an amazing design that your client loves, while also saving some money in the process.
You don’t have to compromise on the quality of the fonts you choose, just because you’re not paying the big bucks for them.
Better yet, why pay for fonts at all when there are some really great ones out there that are ready for you to use for free?
10 Free Fonts That’ll Change Your Life
I’m going to introduce you to your new best friends, aka 10 open source fonts that’ll spice up all your designs in 2020.
You ready to do this? Cause I am.
Let’s jump right into it.
We’re going to start today’s list of 10 free fonts with Manrope.
I’ve mentions this font before, but that’s only because it’s my all time favorite.
It’s modern, it’s sleek, it’s everything you want in a free font.
It’s versatility is what really hits home for me and that’s why I recommend that you start incorporating it into all your new designs.
You might’ve seen Inter take a step into the scene as of recent, and I truly believe it’s here to stay.
Inter has become a staple font for many, so don’t be the exception! Add this font to your collection and start adding it to your design projects right away.
3. Public Sans
I can’t lie, I love a good sans serif font.
But what’s special about this font is that it was developed for the US government and is all over their websites and is a huge part of their design.
It looks very similar to another open-source font that you may know of, Libre Franklin.
It’s time to step away from the sans serif, and into the serifs.
When I saw the type-face Alice, I knew it was going to have a new and special spot in my font collection.
Alice is a very unique serif font, which seems kinda old-fashioned, but at the same time, pretty modern.
You can find this font on Google-fonts!
Another one of my all time favorite free fonts is Urbanist.
This geometric sans serif is most definitely a modern font that can be used in a variety of different projects.
From logos, to headlines, this font is perfect to add to your colelction of fonts.
What are you waiting for? Go and download it now!
Were you surprised when you saw another modern sans serif?
Evolventa is a Cyrillic extension of the open-source URW Gothic L font family.
7. Object Sans
If this font isn’t eye-catching, I don’t know what is.
If you’re looking for the perfect combination of Swiss neo-grotesks and geometric fonts, then Object Sans is the one for you.
This font is perfect to replace any of those pricey fonts, because it looks just as good as the rest of them.
I love a good back-story to any font that I use, and Lunchtype has one of the best.
The designer who created this font created it during a lunch break on 100-day project.
We love a good lunch-break, and I can’t deny that that’s when some of my best ideas come to me.
Food is life, and so is an amazing font.
9. Work Sans
What’s cuter than a good font and a hedgehog?
I’ll answer that for you.
And finally, we’ve come to our last free font, which is Monoid.
Monoid is another great font that we know you’ll love and be using on the daily, if you code.
“The clever thing about Monoid is that it has font-awesome built into it, which they call Monoisome. This means when writing code, you can pop a few icons in there easily. Monoid looks just as great when you’re after highly readable website body text.”
Let us know in the comments which font was your favorite of this list and which ones you’ll be incoporating into your daily design life.
Until next time,
Stay creative folks!
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