Best curated free fonts and typography resources
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Free vector media logos that you can embed on your site directly.
US Blaak is a sharp-serif font created by Unidaas, suitable for headline and title use. Bold font is free to download.
Public Sans is the new typeface created by US Government, edited from Libre Franklin.
Bungee first caught my attention with unique horizontal scrolling design and vertical typography. But it is more than a font optimized for vertical signs, the stylistic alternates open up so much more styles. Have I not mention the font is free on Google Fonts as well?
Andréa Crofts wrote a starter guide for Web Typography. All beginners should check it out.
Font Pair does an excellent job in previewing font pairing options that are available on Google Fonts.
A free typography handbook wrote by Los Angeles based lawyer Matthew Butterick. It offers practical takeaways and popular paid font alternative recommendation for beginners.
Collection of resources to practice typography, created by the Adobe Typekit team.
Google Fonts is a no-brainer in modern digital design. 800+ font families are available to use for free. You can also use these fonts on your website. There are also so much more language fonts available via early access program. https://fonts.google.com/earlyaccess
Kerntype is a fun game to learn how to distribute the space between letters, which is called "Kerning".
Typewolf is an indie typography resources blog curated by Jeremiah Shoaf. It recommends fonts and explores trending typography site on daily basis.
One of the legacy websites offers a large database of free fonts for personal and commercial purpose. Offline usage only as the site does not host the font file for websites.