May 10, 2021

17 Remarkably Professional Looking Free Fonts

There is definitely not a shortage of free fonts. However, it can be difficult and time consuming to find free fonts that possess a superior and professional quality. In this post, there are seventeen fonts that fall into this category. These fonts really make you appreciate the generosity of their designers and creators.

Junction

Junction

Serif Beta

Serif Beta

Delicious

Delicious

Fontin Sans

Fontin Sans

Yanone Kaffeesatz

Yanone Kaffeesatz

Romeral

Romeral

Gentium

Gentium

Diavlo

Diavlo

Lacuna

Lacuna

In order to download this font, click on “Type Design” in the main menu, then select “Lacuna” in the upper right hand corner. The download links will be at the bottom.

Titilium

Titilium

Droid Font Family

Droid Font Family

Aller Sans

Aller Sans

Cardo

Cardo

Chunk

Chunk

Fertigo

Fertigo

Kontrapunkt

Kontrapunkt

Engel Light ltd

Engel Light ltd

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Henry Jones is a web developer, designer, and entrepreneur with over 14 years of experience. He is the founder of WDL and ThemeTrust.

43 Comments

  1. Manuel Reply

    I’m going to text Chunk and Kontrapunkt – especially the last one seems to be great. And I love Aller! It looks so friendly and modern 🙂

  2. tsd Reply

    nice fonts and thanx alot, i like most the fonts but some of them are really hard to download and to find the dowwnload button spesially for someone dont know english very will.

  3. Malene Reply

    Aller is indeed very professional font, made by Bruno Maag from Dalton Maag. It’s designed for The Graphic Arts Institute of Denmark’s new visual identity, and as part of the EULA it’s free for a year I think. The Kontrapunkt font is made by a frim called Kontrapunkt which is recognized as having the best font designers in Denmark;)

    So they do indeed look profesional;)

  4. Anna Reply

    Wow this really is a good collection, for free! Iv downloaded them all.. If anyone knows of anymore i would be very interested. Thanks for sharing

  5. Tiffany Reply

    I was wondering if maybe WDL would do a list of fonts to avoid? You know, like ones that are rip-offs of other fonts, have bad spacing, characters missing, etc. ? Could be useful!

  6. E Reply

    Is Romeral free for commercial use? The designer doesn’t make it clear on his (abandoned) blog and there’s no contact info for him.

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