It’s been a little quiet here lately, but here’s our monthly digest of web design tools, resources, articles and inspiration for November 2011.
Pablo Impallari is best known for his Lobster font, one of the first typefaces freely available when Google Web Fonts launched. He is now seeking funds in Kickstarter for a new typeface project.
One of the best ways for a design to stand out is to use a unique typeface. Most of the good typefaces are paid, but there are rare gems that are available for free thanks to the generosity of their designers. In this post you’ll find 10 great free fonts to use in your designs. Some of them are offered as web fonts too to be used in your websites using the @font-face declaration.
Google Web Fonts is finally out of beta with a revamped look and new functionalities.
Fonts are the soul of every design so here we have seven free fonts, some offered as downloads for desktop and others offered as web fonts.
Here we go with another round up of some cool fonts for your web and graphic designs. Some of these fonts are free for personal use only while others are free for both personal and commercial use.
It’s now the turn to go back over the various free fonts for design reviewed on ilovecolors during 2010. But we also have 5 new sleek typefaces available for free like the gorgeous Franchise font displayed above to start this 2011 with all the type!
Another week comes to an end and we have another selection of free fonts for your design work. We have two condensed beauties, Stahlbeton and Melbourn, one of them bold and the other one delicate, plus a cool geometric font, Nevis, and one slick serifed typeface, Jura.
We have three new typefaces this week and they are awesome as well as available for free. District Thin is offered in one weight of a beautiful sans-serif available in fourteen more variants, Titre is a classical serif and CK Growing Up is a cool handwritten font with a very particular design.
Looking for quality free fonts? Here we have two delicious fonts suitable for posters, illustrations, tees, and all sorts of uses for a display font. The fonts of this week are Alt Matey, a beautiful condensed and curvilicious typeface, and Kilogram, a big fat font that looks perfect for the cover of some music album.