In today’s roundup we take a closer look at some of the most beautiful freely available fonts that have been released over the last few months. We have purposely focussed on clean and easy-to-read fonts that would we feel would make a perfect typographical fit for the titles and headlines of your webpages. We have included both serif and sans-serif fonts in the roundup.
For the most part, the free fonts can be used in both your personal and commercial projects, although just to be on the safe side, you should double-check the licenses before using them.
Free Fonts for Headlines
Neris – A display sans designed for quotes and titles.
Smidwater – A well-balanced font with subtle characteristics.
Arca Majora – A simple, heavy-weight, uppercase-only and geometric sans-serif font.
Hans Kendrick – A simple and geometric typeface inspired by Futura and Avenir.
Hanken Round Font – A simple and rounded sans-serif font.
Aventura Typeface – A free uppercase display font.
Atletico Font – A modern sport-inspired regular font.
Facile Sans – An all caps sans-serif with bold and geometric shapes.
Noto – Google’s font-family that supports all the world’s languages.
AXIS Typeface – A sans-serif inspired by the geometry of the urban environment.
Choplin – A modern and clear geometric slab serif.
Uni Sans – An all caps sans-serif font inspired by DIN and Dax.
Octopus – A classic display and body font.
Anke – A geometric and legible sans-serif typeface.
Clear Sans – A versatile OpenType font for screen, print, and the web.
Moderne Sans – A clean sans-serif typeface.
Geometria – A geometric sans-serif.
Economica STD – A font designed specifically for printing in complex situations.
Modum Regular – A contemporary serif font.
Adam – An all caps sans-serif typeface inspired by Futura.
Bebas Neue – A free sans-serif font.