Nexa is a clean sans-serif font which comes in bold and thin appearance. The clean font makes it easy to read and looks nice on slogans, small paragraphs or headings. It can be put to use for both personal and commercial projects.
Droid Android Font
Android is the replica the Android logo. Android’s Roboto font is mostly used for OS such as Android devices created by Microsoft. I actually written about Roboto in one of my previous posts on my blog.
Butler is a serif font inspired by the classical Bodini font(Or perhaps Didot.), which I also already written about on my blog. Well, it’s probably just between Bodini and Didot because of its rather high contrast letterforms.
Futura is one of most classic sans-serif fonts in existence. It is based on simple geometrical shapes. Perfect for any types of design that needs more classic feel, and it looks great at any size. The absolute complete opposite font of Futura is probably Comic Papyrus that is a mixture of Comic Sans and Papyrus. If that isn’t headache-inducing, I don’t know what is. Futura license can be purchased at MyFonts.
Delicate is a subtle yet unique serif font. This font actually shows a very good example that bold moves such as dropping some lines can be a way of good design. However I would only use this font when legibility is not really necessary. Delicate license can be purchased at 26Type.com.
Adamas is a unique geometrical font made from shapes such as triangles. I think it is a very unique font. I would see this font fit for visual design rather than for large amount of words. (Such as letters or editorials.) Adamas is a free font and can be downloaded for free from Behance.
Lovelo is a round yet decorative sans-serif font redesigned by Fontfabric. It’s a remake of the original Lovelo Inline font designed by Hans Renzler.
Aileron is a sans-serif font based on one of the most popular fonts in existence, Helvetica. Very much like Helvetica, Aileron is an all-purpose font that can be used for any sort of design. The font could be a very good alternative to Helvetica(And also Arial) as both are not exactly identical but similar in shapes. I actually wrote a list of all the sans-serif font I featured(so far) on my blog.
- Avenir by Adrian Frutiger
- Code by Fontfabric
- Lato by Łukasz Dziedzic
- Helvetica by Linotype
- Montserrat by Julieta Ulanovsky
- Open Sans by Steve Matteson
- Perfograma by Asen Petrov
- Poiret One by Denis Masharov
- Raleway by Matt McInerney
- Roboto by Christian Robertson
- Ubuntu by Linux
Romantiques is a heavily decorative font with a hint of vintage. It is a really glamorous font and kind of reminds me of Marilyn Monroe a little bit, haha.