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Beautiful free fonts you can use for your side project

May 10, 2019

If you’re into any kind of creative business or you just need a simple font that you can use for your side project, this might help. I’ve curated four lists of fonts that I personally really like and use often so these are tested and are looking really great through both print and web. Wether you need to create an instagram post or a facebook AD, if they match your branding – I promise you – you will fell in love with these. To be sure that you’re using them correctly, I’ve created another list of font pairings where you can see some of these in action and learn how they can work together. Of course, you don’t have to follow this setup strictly, just the opposite, let it be an inspiration – the rest is up to you! 🙂

Below every list you will find the download button for each font. I’m excited to see what you’ll create!

 

Script fonts are great for short titles, signature looking signs or just to emphasize a word or two on your design. If you want to give to your design a romantic or personal feel, script fonts are always a great option.

PRESTIGE SIGNATURE SCRIPT / REINATA / HIJRNOTES / ABIGAIL SCRIPT / BOHEME FLORAL / AUTUMN CHANT

 

Sans-serif fonts are fonts that you can use most of the time – they are clear, simple and modern. They work great for both main titles and subtitles but also for any kind of highlighted areas. Use them with extra space between letters to keep them light and they will do magic.

RALEWAY / MONTSERRAT / AVENIR / ROBOTO / COCO GOTHIC / BRANDON GROTESQUE

 

Serif fonts might be my favorite. They are classy, elegant and always in trend. They can make any design look more refined and feminine and what I like the most about them is how much character each letter has.

CAMMRON / MIRADOR / BUTLER / CORMORANT / TRYST / SANFORD

 

Body font is something that you might even forget about but if you’re planning to create some small brochure or catalogue, it’s always the best to keep the body font simple and readable. Above are few examples that will look great through both print and web. Just make sure that the font size is at least 12pt for print!

LATO / OPEN SANS / PT SERIF / JOSEFIN SANS

 

And to wrap up this, here are some quick tips on how to install the fonts on your computer. If you’re using Windows, read here and if you’re using Mac, try this! As always, if you need any help, get in touch!

Kath

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