Google fonts visioned to make the web more beautiful, fast, and open through great typography. They believe the best way to bring personality and performance to websites and products is through great design and technology. Their goal is to make that process simple, by offering an intuitive and robust collection of open source designer web fonts. By using google’s extensive catalog, you can share and integrate typography into any design project seamlessly—no matter where you are in the world.
Font Squirrel scours the internet for high quality, legitimately free fonts. They know how hard it is to find quality freeware that is licensed for commercial work. So they have done the hard work, hand-selecting those typefaces and presenting them in an easy-to-use format. It is 100% free for commercial use.
Fonts for Apple Platforms
Fonts for Apple Platforms is a tool from Apple. It provides you the details, frameworks, and tools you need to use system fonts for Apple platforms in your apps. These typefaces offer the control and flexibility to optimally display text at a variety of sizes, in many different languages, across multiple interfaces.
Use & Modify
Use & Modify is selected by person in the result of deep search and crushes. It collects different typefaces with open source licenses, including beautiful, classy, punk, professional, incomplete, weird ones. You can use and modify them freely.
FontSpace is a designer-centered free font website that has quick customizable previews and hassle-free downloads. Unlike those sites generated by robots, every font on FontSpace is added and categorized by a real person. Each font is reviewed by a FontSpace moderator, checked for font quality issues, and licenses are verified. They strive to be THE source for legitimate and clearly licensed free fonts. Great font resources for professional graphics designer, crafter, hobbyist, teacher, or student.
Made with code in 2019, Leon Sans is a geometric sans-serif typeface, allowing to change font weight dynamically and to create custom animations, effects or shapes in the Canvas element of HTML5. A geometric sans-serif typeface made with code.
Founded in 2000, LEXEND came about from a desire to make reading easier for everyone. The founders observed that reading issues masked the individual’s true capability and intelligence. They theorized that these issues were a sensitivity to typographical factors and began manipulating multiple text factors to find a match between text format and an individual’s optimized visual processing capabilities.
This web site offers a variable font empirically shown to significantly improve reading-proficiency. A great way to provide you with design ideas.