Coming up with amazing backgrounds and integrating a lot of different elements to your designs are all well and good. However, when you type in the details in a font that’s–how shall we put it–less than ideal (heaven forbid you went for Papyrus or Comic Sans), then your design becomes nothing more than a giant mess. When all else fails, you can fall back on the tried, tested and definitely reliable sans serif font.
With a variety of Free Fonts to choose from around the Internet, which ones should you settle for? Look no further than this page, as we have available for you 9+ cool sans serif fonts that you can download in the TTF and OTF formats.
Free Sans Serif Font
Bold Sans Serif Font
Classic Sans Serif Font
Rounded Sans Serif Font
All the Sans Serif Fonts You May Need
Take your pick from this list or from the Free Modern Fonts listing we have also made available just for you. With these choices, you definitely don’t need to look anywhere else.
Opt for the more traditional and well-established font designs such as the “Classic Sans Serif Font”, the “Sans Serif Web Font”, the “Gothic Sans Serif Font” and the “Thin Sans Serif Font”. Nothing says class other than the classics.
For designs that need a few stylish and elegant elements added in the mix, try the hand-drawn font face of the “Sans Serif Script Font”.
Bold Fonts are great typefaces to use when it comes to titles and headings since they are great for capturing the readers’ attention. Do so with the “Bold Sans Serif Font”.
- Blocked Out
If the word “futuristic” describes the style that you’re looking for, then you should definitely grab the “Sans Serif Style Font”.
Make your texts look a little special by using either the “Free Sans Serif Font” or the “Rounded Sans Serif Font”.
So you want something with a little bit of grunge. No problem. “Vintage Sans Serif Font” will solve that design issue for you.
Sans Serif Web Font
Sans Serif Style Font
Sans Serif Script Font
Gothic Sans Serif Font
Vintage Sans Serif Font
Which Fonts for Which Design
While Serif Fonts are recommended for print material, sans serif fonts are of better use on the web. Since online text only has up to 300 dots per inch (as compared with the 1000 dots per inch of printed materials), the clear outline of sans serif makes it more readable in smaller sizes.
Of course you can also combine these two to get more out of your text.
- For prints, you can choose use sans serif for titles or headings, while using serif fonts for the bulk of the reading material.
- However, for online publications or content, it’s recommended to switch these two up by using serif fonts for the titles and headings and using sans serif for the rest of the content.
Have Fun with the Sans
- Turn your blog into a work of art by incorporating one of the more regular fonts.
- If you are making a text-only logo, go for the less common and more stylized fonts (either the rounded or textured ones). However, if your logo includes an image, don’t overcrowd it, and choose the traditional fonts.
- In the case of events, try using a font with a few swirls or something a bit more grunge to make a striking design that pops out at your audience.
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