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Fonts.com sells a huge variety of fonts, but it also offers over 1,300 free font families. You can filter these by classification, weight, width, language, and more. It also shows you at a glance what mediums the font can be used in.


Font Bundles helps designers save a couple of bucks by curating font bundles. The website also features a free fonts section which lists hundreds of free fonts that you can download and use once you sign up for an account.


If you like to experiment with fonts, just search for "free fonts" on Behance. You won't always find a complete font set with multiple versions, but you'll definitely find something that will pique your interest.


Dribbble is a similar platform to Behance, though not as popular, and is mainly preferred by UI designers. You'll find a sizable selection of fonts on Dribbble, with plenty of modern, script, and serif fonts available to grab. Just search for "free fonts" to get started.


UrbanFonts is one of the best free font sites. The website is easy to use and pleasing to the eye; it shares a similar structure to DaFont, which makes it easy to navigate. You'll find a list of fonts that you can sort through based on a category, release date, or popularity.


Font Squirrel is a bit different from the other websites on this list because it compiles fonts from other websites and links out to them. All the fonts are free for commercial use and come in either OTF or TTF format.


The free font websites above make it easy to pick an aesthetically pleasing font. You can download thousands of great fonts to spice up any project. Then, if you're a designer, you'll likely want to add the font to Photoshop to get more variety beyond the default fonts.


The Adobe Fonts library is included with all paid Creative Cloud subscription plans, and fonts can be activated on your computer via the Creative Cloud desktop application. Adobe Font Folio is a collection of perpetually-licensed font files to download and install locally on your computer.


To make life easier for you, our designers and teachers at Shillington have collaborated with the Creative Boom team once again to bring you this comprehensive list of recommended resources, which you can download for free (at time of writing).


As far as free stock photo sites go, we think Pexels is one of the best. With a community of photographers and videographers generously donating their work for everyone to download and use, royalty-free, it's also the first to respond to current affairs, providing the images we might need to illustrate our timely projects.


Known for its high-quality offering of free stock imagery, StockSnap has a whole host of different categories you can browse through, so you'll never struggle to find what you need. No credit is required but always welcome.


Fontfabric is a digital type foundry that creates retail fonts and custom typography for various brands. Rather generously, they also provide a selection of free fonts for anyone to download and use. We love Nexa and Intro, but there are lots more to browse and sample on its nicely designed website.


Life of Vids offers free videos for web designers, filmmakers, advertisers, agencies, or anyone else who can make use of them. You can create infinite loops with most of them, and they're all available to download for both personal and commercial use.


Simple to use in the browser, with no downloads required, Canva is a surprisingly powerful and flexible graphic design tool. It's no Photoshop, but it can do a lot of basic design tasks quite efficiently using drag and drop.


Created by Peter Assentorp, Social Sizes provides designers with the best sizes to use for image and video content on social media. Templates for Sketch, Adobe XD and Photoshop, are all included, and downloadable for free.


You may only be able to sell one type of product. So say you use one of those free fonts to make and sell t-shirts. If you also use that font to make and sell towels, you may need to buy another license.


There are several great sites that offer fonts for free that we can use with our Cricuts. My most favorite include a commercial license with the free font. And like I mentioned above, that means we can sell what we make with that font.


Love your posts! I began keeping track of my fonts when I started buying commercial. Unfortunately for me, I have many fonts that I had downloaded that were free for commercial use before I started separating them.


You can use our GitHub to download font files to install or self host, file issues you've encountered with any aspect of our product, and even contribute your own fonts.Check it out at github.com/google/fonts.


Font Book is a free font management app that is already pre-installed on all Macs. This app allows you to install fonts either for your account only, for all accounts on your Mac, or the entire network.


Once you find fonts that suit your taste, download them like any other files. Usually, fonts come compressed in .zip files you can unzip with a double-click. After the files with the new fonts are downloaded on your Mac, it's time to install them using one of the previously described methods.


Get fonts from myfonts.com (opens in new tab)myfonts.com by Monotype is one of our favourite type libraries. It has over 230,000 fonts, from brush fonts to display fonts. Over 900 of them are completely free.


Update: Fontcase is a neat new open source custom font app that uses the method of installing fonts via a configuration profile that offers more flexibility than the official font installation with apps like Adobe Creative Cloud. Since the free Fontcase app is open source (view full code on GitHub), users can feel confident there are no privacy or security issues at play.


This font is another gorgeous type family by Zetafonts. Slightly geometric and a bit flattened in the wider variants, Body is a superfamily. Four widths are available as a free download. This is another font family which can work for many different projects.


As The League of Moveable Type declares on their homepage, their manifesto is all about raising the design standards of the web and empowering everyone with top-notch typography. They proudly offer a handful of high-quality open-sourced typefaces on their website which you can download and use for both personal and commercial use. Plus, sign up for their newsletter to stay up to date on the latest in typography and get free resources to help you improve your design skills.


Free Design Resources is a platform that offers tons of different designs assets free for download. Lucky for us, they constantly update their fonts section. The best part is, you can filter typefaces by license: Free for commercial use, personal use, or both!


We'd be remiss if we didn't mention the leading distributor of free, open-source fonts, Google Fonts. With nearly 1000 fonts available in more than 135 languages, Google Fonts remains a go-to resource for designers, type lovers, and just about anyone who wants to download typefaces for both personal and commercial use.


For example, most of us know the basic fonts provided by Microsoft Word, such as Times New Roman. If you wanted to use Times New Roman in a print book or on your book cover, you could not do it for free, even though it is included in Microsoft Word.


So what are some fonts that you can freely use? When doing research for Atticus, we actually hired a lawyer to help us know for sure what was and wasn't available. Among others, some of the more common fonts that are free to use, both for personal and commercial use, are the following:


With a few exceptions, many free fonts are only for personal use. That means you can download them and use them to test out the look of your book, but if you want to sell commercially, you will need to buy the license to that font.


When it comes to personal use, yes. However, if you want to publish your book on Amazon, you will need to purchase a license for any fonts that you use, unless they are a free font for personal and commercial use.


However, we need to protect ourselves, and following the information in this article is a good way to start. Furthermore, you can use Atticus and be rest assured that all of the fonts used in your book file are free to use.


In most cases you will need to upgrade Windows to get the latest font updates. Occasionally, font updates will be available via the download center, most commonly to add currency symbols to common document and UI fonts.


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