Feel like your blog or website looks a little outdated? Your mood board, mock-up, display, or school project seem a bit on the plain and blah side? We absolutely feel your pain. Sometimes it’s just like hitting the snooze button on the alarm, and you’re back to sleepsville. But what if I tell you that it doesn’t have to be that way forever?
Our collection of Free Fonts offers you the most popular web fonts out there. With a wide range of styles and formats—SVG, OTF, and TTF, to name a few—there’s truly something for you in these cool script letters.
Free Web Font
Vintage Web Font
Web Letter Font
Sans Serif Web Font
Bold Web Font
They’re All Fontastic!
The simpler times (y’know, when people couldn’t care less about the minute differences between Arial and Helvetica) have gone while the more particular, more meticulous times have come. To gain more traffic on your site and more recognition for your work, you have to go with the times and up the aesthetics. Every detail counts now, and that includes the font styles you use. The best part about this collection of popular web fonts is the variety.
- Hip and current
The long and slender look seems to be working for many, and with “Free Web Font,” you guys can see why. It’s sleek, it’s trendy, and it doesn’t take up much space. The same goes for “Thin Web Font.” Just probably don’t use any other color aside from white.
- Nostalgia trip
Aside from Free Vintage Fonts, any of “Web Letter Font,” “Titilium Web Font,” and “Old English Web Font,” could very well take you down memory lane and onto Bad English Reading Reports Street in Elementary School Avenue.
- For specific purposes
Talk about fonts with style and . . . personality, you get a little something like the “Bold Web Font.” A rather punny (or literal) take on web font, for sure.
Old English Web Font
Thin Web Font
Web Script Font
Fancy Web Font
Titilium Web Font
With the knowledge that we all have the tendency to be a bit craft-sy, I bet you’ve probably already thought of the many ways you could use these Stylish Fonts. That said, here are a few suggestions on how you can use these downloadable downloadable popular web fonts:
- Blog, online journal, website
Like I said earlier, to get more people interested, you have to tend to the details, one of which is your font style. Updating it to something like “Sans Serif Web Font” may be a good first step.
- Graphic design projects
When you’re a graphic designer or illustrator, sometimes you get swamped with projects, and you have no time to make things from scratch because of all that you have to deal with. These fonts may just save you time and energy and sanity.
If you’re looking to make custom stencils, you can definitely use these as templates or show them to whoever’s making the stencil for you. We suggest you opt for the chunky “Vintage Web Font.”
- Event invites
Throwing a themed party or event implies that you have to stick to and work around said theme. For a Halloween party, your go-to, of course, should be the “Bold Web Font.”
So there you go. But one last thing: before you leave, download a few of these fonts and then see the difference.
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