Everyone loves free fonts, but finding high quality typefaces within the sea of amateur display fonts can be quite a challenge. I’ve been searching the social profiles of designers and typographers directly to find the hidden gems that aren’t featured on the popular free font aggregators. I narrowed 170 fonts down to 60 after weeding out those that were restricted demos of premium fonts, those that required payment in the form of a tweet or email signup, and any that just didn’t pass my quality control test. The result is a collection of the best quality free fonts you probably don’t own, but should! These professional typefaces are a lifesaver for designers on a budget.
A huge library of typefaces with Adobe Fonts
Many CC subscribers don’t realise they have a vast library of fonts available to them at no extra cost! Those classics like Garamond, Futura, Baskerville and Gill Sans would cost you hundreds to purchase individually, but now they’re all ready to activate to have them synced directly to Photoshop, Illustrator, etc. Finding the perfect font for your project has never been easier with powerful search tools to help you filter different styles.