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    • Cool Fonts (110 submissions)

      A list comprised of cool fonts, with multiple shapes, styles and weights for personal and commercial projects.

      • Intro Rust: Vintage Font Family

        Intro Rust is a font family that features 214 fonts included in 4 sub-families; Intro Rust, Intro Script, Intro Head and Intro Goodies. This font family was crafted in a vintage style and several textures making it suitable for plenty of projects.

      • Bemount: Freestyle Russian & Latin Alpha...

        Bemount is a freestyle typeface that comes in 2 types, decorative filled and hand written bold outlined. It also features both Latin and Russian alphabets all in uppercase, and numerals. This typeface crafted by Anton Chernogorov is quite suitable for light and dark backgrounds highlighting it by contrast.

      • Jekyll Hyde: Mysterious Two-variation Free Fo...

        A beautiful yet ominous font made free by graphic designer Tano Veron. It is based on the original novel written by Robert Louise Stevenson published in 1886. It has a particular style, tracing an aura of mystery and adventure. Font comes in two variations, and includes uppercase characters and numerals.

      • Aquatico: Rounded Sea-inspired AI Typeface

        Aquatico is a rounded typeface made in Illustrator by Andrew Herndon inspired in the sea and its creatures. It features uppercase, numbers and alternative letters and four different types: regular, oblique, light and light oblique. It is licensed for non-commercial use.

      • Promesh Two: Free College Athletics Typeface

        Promesh Two is a cool typeface meant to be used in college campuses and students' environments. It has that vibe of college athletics, constituting a great option for advertising sports and fitness products to younger audiences. The font comes in TTF and you can use it on any project. It was created by Paul Reis.

      • Parker: Grunge-style Free Font

        Parker is a grunge style and totally handmade vintage-inspired font. It is perfect for natural posters, and other creations like logos and badges. The font comes in TTF format and has uppercase and lowercase, numbers, and special glyphs.

      • ATHENA: Post-modern Acute Typeface

        A cool typeface that feels like looking those old buildings from ancient greece. The font is only uppercase, includes numbers and some special characters. It comes in TTF format. It was created by Alcir Heidemann.

      • Ailerons: Sharp 1940s-inspired Typeface

        A modern typeface inspired by the aircraft industry of the 1940 decade that can be used only in personal projects. The font comes in TTF format and it can be used both in Mac and PC. It is perfect for headlines and printed designs. The font was created by Adilson Gonzales de Oliveira Junior

      • Melma: Hand Crafted Font

        A beautiful hand crafted font. This font includes three variations, inline, cracked and black, and it comes in TTF format. It is perfect for posters and advertising, mainly printed designs although it works good on web environments. This font was created by Rafa Miguel.

      • Story Brush: Detailed Handwritten Typeface

        Story brush is a detailed brush font that includes over 240 characters and comes in two weights: regular and slanted. It comes in OTF and TTF format and it can be used for printed posters and t-shirts, among many other. This font is free to download and use on any project.

      • Velodroma: Wide Display Sans-serif Typeface

        Velodroma is a wide font, perfect for advertising purposes and large posters with a modern style, sharp edges and wide characters. This font comes as OTF, And has three weights (Regular, SuperWide and Wide). This font can be used in any project for free.

      • Smaq: Free Sharp & Modern Typeface

        A beautiful sharp-edge font, ideal for posters, logos and other printed design, available as TTF. It includes 8 styles for free, all of them uppercase including latin and greek characters. This font can be used freely and it was created by Andreas Leonidou.

      • CIRCO: Colorful & Fancy Free Font

        A beautiful colorful font that resembles the ones used in actual circuses. It has different shapes and colors, making it a playful font that you can use in posters, clothing and even on websites. This font comes in format for MAC and you can use it only for personal projects.

      • Hamster: Free Script Bold Font

        Hamster is a bold script typeface perfect for branding, clothing, advertising, headlines and more. It was crafted carefully to equalize the dynamic flow and legibility. It comes in OTF format and it is free to download and use in print and web, personally or commercially.

      • Badhead: Free Stylish Script Typeface

        A great script font with a stylish look and nice sharp shapes, perfect for multiple types of incisive designs like logos, posters and more. This typeface includes uppercase, lowercase, and special glyphs, besides the usual numerical characters. It is a free font.

      • Nickainley: Monoline Cursive Script Font

        Nickainley is a monoline script handwritten font perfect for classical and vintage purposes. It includes uppercase, lowercase and special characters, and numbers. You can use it in logos, cards, t-shirts, letterhead, labels, posters and badges. You can use it personally and commercially.

      • Maxwell: Rounded Edges Typeface

        A beautiful rounded edge typeface created as uppercase and lowercase. This font includes numbers and some special characters, complemented by three different variations. It fits logos and headlines perfectly. This package comes with an OTF file and it's totally free.

      • Arkhip: Old USSR-inspired Typography

        A cool font inspired by the old USSR typography. It has been made as uppercase only, but it includes the regular Latin characters as well as Cyrillic, numbers and special characters. Arkhip can be used in any purpose, and it was created by a team of 7 people.

      • Erster Caps: Fancy Serif Typeface

        A beautiful set of all-caps typeface, perfect for printed design projects like pamphlets, posters and more. This is a serif font that can also be used for headlining and it is free to be used in any way.

      • Nordic: Norwegian Rune-inspired Free Font

        Nordic is a cool experimental font inspired by Norwegian runes. This font is only uppercase, and it includes numerals and basic punctuation marks. It also supports languages as Catalan, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, Italian, Latvian, Norwegian, Polish, Spanish. This font is totally free.

      • Serendipity: Free Soft Script Font

        Serendipity is a free and soft cursive typeface. You can use it for any purpose whether it is commercial and personal, in any type of printed and digital design. It works perfectly on posters, cards and others, although it doesn't work so web on web environments (unless you use it as headlines). It was created by Maroon Baboon.

      • KINO 40: Old-style Cinema Font

        Kino 40 is a typeface inspired by old cinema handwrite styles; the font includes uppercase, lowercase, numbers and lots of especial characters. It can be used for commercial and personal projects, mostly printed since its legibility would be a problem in web environments. It was created by Les 83 Machines.

      • Refuge: Handcrafted Vintage Font

        Refuge is a handcrafted font that can be used in any type fo design, especially a vintage poster or website. It can be used in lettering, logos, t-shirts and other printed designs. It is free for personal and commercial purposes. The font was created by Grant Beaudry.

      • Perfograma: Perfored Sans-serif Font

        A sans-serif font made entirely with perforations, perfect for printed creations and also web, although it works nice for headlines. This font was inspired by those old computer machines that used punched cards to operate, making it look really nice in vintage posters. This font was created by Asen Petrov.

      • Motorless: Old 3-styled Font

        A font with three styles, inspired by old style clunkers, oil and dirt. Its styles are default, drilled and hammered. It includes uppercase, lowercase, special glyphs and numbers. It also includes nice ligatures, swashes and catchwords. It was created by Fabien Laborie.

      • Oldways: Retro Vintage Free Font

        A retro font that mixes old western styling with contemporary artistic shapes. It can be used in logos, branding and posters, but not that much in web design or apps, unless it gets used in headlines or big, big short text. It comes in regular and italic, and it can be used both for personal or commercial projects.

      • Kontanter: Experimental Monospace Display Fon...

        Kontanter is a nice experiment for a monospace display font. This font includes uppercase, lowercase, numbers, special characters and other important glyphs. It is free to download and implement in any printed or web design, created by Kash Singh.

      • Timber: Free Inline Font

        Timber is a nice inline font perfect for posters and advertising. It is composed of various slices per font with sharp edges, making it a unique creation. It has uppercase and lowercase characters, and numbers, but it doesn't include special characters. The font was created by Mehmet Reha Tugcu.

      • Tentmaker: Sharp Uppercase Typeface

        A simple and different typeface with sharp edges. It includes only uppercase fonts, no numbers, no special characters. It can be used in many designs, but it suits posters and printed design in general perfectly. This font was created by Johnny Kunda.

      • SUNN: Free Handwriting Font

        SUNN is a compelling font perfect for funny web environments or printed designs. It includes only uppercase characters, numbers, lots of special glyphs and more. The font can be used in any kind of project for free and it was created by Gatis Vilaks and krisjanis mezulis.

      • Bulgary Script: Surreal Handwritten Font

        Bulgary Script is a font that combines brush lettering with traditional handwriting. You can use it in many ways, like printed or web design, and it includes 289 glyphs in total. among its features it has ligatures, contextual alternates, stylistic alternates, and stylistic sets. It was created by Aritro Das.

      • Delicate: Stylish Free Typeface

        A stylish typeface great for graphic design like posters, banners and other printed stuff, although a difficult font for web readability. The font includes uppercase and lowercase characters, numbers, and some additional glyphs. The font is free to download and it is a nice creation by FAAK&PAAT Studio.

      • Marske: Free Stencil Font

        Marske is a nice typeface resembling those old calculators, with a modern touch. It is an uppercase only font and it includes numbers. This font is free to download and use for personal and commercial purposes! It was created by Kash Singh.

      • Anders: Free Sharp Font

        As a nice and minimal creation, Anders is a free and stylish font that can be used in any sort of project, whether it is web, mobile or printed. The font includes uppercase characters only, and it was created as an experiment by Tom Anders Watkins. You can use it personally and commercially.

      • Skinny Bastard Free Handwritten Font

        Skinny bastard is a beautiful handwritten font. It is a nice creation with uppercase only, numbers and some special​ characters​. The outlined design of this font is perfect for using alongside photography backgrounds. This font was created by Free Goodies for Designers and was made free for personal and commercial purposes.

      • Barque: Free Stylish Typeface

        Barque is a free stylish typeface made with a cool sharp style that makes it resemble Japanese characters. The font is not that legible, and your eyes have to struggle a bit to catch the message, making it a good font for posters and other big printed design and a short message. The font includes uppercase, numbers and two styles: Regular and Inline.

      • Cosmo Path: Free Electric Typeface

        Cosmo Path is a typeface with a very light and edgy style. The font is complemented with arrows in all the directions, which makes it a cool font to illustrate matters related to energy, although it is not as readable as one might expect. It can be used in sci-fi posters and related stationery design. It was inspired by spaceship, cubicles and triangle patterns, and you can use it for personal and commercial projects. The type was created by Filiz Sahin.

      • Pirou: Free Stylish Font

        Pirou is a font that was born as an experiment inspired by Didot. It has over 300 character among which you can find: lowercase and uppercase characters, symbols and glyphs, accents and ligatures. It is a beautiful font that can be used in several types of design, like stationery, posters, general printed design and digital artwork, including web. The font was made by Quentin Grébeude and he made it available for free in Behance.

      • Azedo: Free Elegant Font

        The Azedo font is a compelling creation for web and printed projects. It comes in 2 different font sizes: bold and light, and it only has uppercase characters, which makes it great for headlines and small phrases in posters and flyers. Its creator, Pedro Azedo, made it available for free, although you can donate to appreciate his work.

      • Sketch Rockwell Grunge Font

        A nice handwritten font. Includes uppercase and lowercase variations, perfect for headlines and all kinds of web texts. It includes special characters and numbers as well so your designs don't look incomplete. This font was created by Artill Fonts and can be downloaded for free.

      • Reis: Free Handwritten Font

        Reis is a free font with a handwritten style. It is a beautiful creation by graphic designer Marcelo Reis Melo. It can be used in any project and be adapted so it can fit any design. This font has been created as uppercase only, which makes it perfect for headlines, and includes numbers and other special characters.

      • Polya: Mesh Uppercase Font

        The Polya free font is a compelling creation with a mesh style. It only includes uppercase characters and numbers; it doesn't have special glyphs. The font is perfect for poster design and its free to download. It can be used in personal and commercial projects. This font was created by Adrien Coquet.

      • Fold: Angular Free Font

        Fold is a very unusual font created by Isaac Taracks from Behance. It aims at people who don't care about sacrificing a bit of legibility in order to get a good looking title or heading in their design. A pixel-like appearance is the font's primary attribute, making it stand out from the rest.

      • Docker Free Font

        Docker is a free font that allows you the creation of cool headlines and logos thanks to the shape of its glyphs. It is an uppercase sans-serif font with three styles: Regular, Inline and Pseudo 3D; mixing them all gives you an excellent result you can use as a logo. Within you can find basic latin and cyrillic glyphs, numbers and other relevant symbols. This font is free for personal and commercial uses, and was created by Slava Krivonosov.

      • Looque: Quirky Free Font

        Here we have a decorative font that includes linear patterns, circular edges and angular glyphs. Its purpose is merely decorative since the intention of the typeface is that it isn't legible in lengthy descriptions. The edges of the font and its configuration can be match with each other to create beautiful compositions. This font was created by Masterfulmd and can be downloaded for free.

      • Nexa Rust: Grunge Free Font

        Nexa Rust is a font that contains sub-families, including Sans, Slab, Script, Handmade and others. One of its advantages is that each one contains different font weights, and their feelings are diverse, making it a font for multiple uses. It was designed by Radomir Tinkov, Svetoslav Simov, Ani Petrova and Vasil Stanev from Fontfabric. You can download it for commercial and personal projects.

      • Scratch: Sans Serif Display Typeface

        Scratch is a display typeface that comes in Basic and Detail versions. It is uppercase only, and its particular use is for titles and headlines. The inspiration comes from previous fonts Gotham and Sans-Serif. It is strong and includes characters for english and spanish languages. The "A" and "Q" are the glyphs that stand out among the rest thanks to their tails, and they give a fun touch to an overall static typeface. Also, the break lines added make it a cool addition for decorative purposes. The typeface includes especial characters and numbers, is free to download and was created by Luis …

      • Phlekzi: Sharp Futuristic Typeface

        A display font designed by Phenom, which has a beautiful set of accents and symbols. It is a futuristic and squared font, making it perfect for movie posters and other printed design related to the future. Its format is TTF.

      • Mayangsari Font

        ​Mayangsari is an excellent display typeface designed by artist Muhammad Rizky Ariesto. This font includes a great set of accents and symbols, which make them look like Japanese roots typography, resembling old style oriental ambiance.

      • OKO: Futuristic Print Font

        Oko is a display geometric typeface designed by the young artist Hugo Portinha. This font includes a beautiful set of accents and symbols, which make them look like something an alien would use, very futuristic and such. The download is free for personal use only.

      • Accent 

        It is a display font designed by Nelson Balaban. Thiny, formal and perfect suitable for fashion's magazines. This font is luxury, creative and unique font. Free for personal work. If you going to use this font for commercial work contacts its owner.

      • Adamas Regular

        Adamas was firs used by Greek and latin writers for a stone if impenetrable hardness. Original and geometrical type style which could be used as designer to create logos or branding. Free font for commercial and personal work.

      • Piedra: Rocky-styled Font

        Piedra is the rocky, fear-inducing face of galvanized triceps and überchiseled jawlines. It is a bit distorted and has wide stroke which calls visual attention. The license for this font is the SIL open font version 1.1.

      • Akronim: Original Brush-like Typeface

        Akronim is a brand-new, original, brush-like, stylish font with a Western and Central European (e.g. Polish, Croatian, Czech, Magyar etc.) Latin character set. It was handmade in Poland by Grzegorz Klimczewski. The font has a SIL open font license version 1.1.

      • AGE: Futuristic Bold Typeface

        Age font can be used to logos, websites and header. It does not has serif and it characterised to be fat and hard typo. Free font to use for only personal work, If you're going to used for commercial work contact to its owner.

      • VAL: Bold Puffy Typeface

        VAL font is applicable for any type of graphic design – web, print, motion graphics, etc, and perfect for t-shirts and other items like logos, pictograms. Format: Opentype (.otf). Free font for commercial and personal work.

      • Johanna: Modular Display Font

        Johanna is a modular display font, geometrically-built half texture and half calligraphic; you should get the best readability at medium sizes or augmenting tracking. Available in regular and italic styles, containing uppercase and lowercase, numbers, punctuation marks, special characters and accented glyphs. Free for personal and commercial use, and feel free to donate as well.

      • Razor: 80s-inspired Display Typeface

        Razor is a display typeface inspired by the eighties. The thin multi-lined characters get the best result when used in bigger sizes and a static version of Razor is available as Regular Bold Italic. There’s also an animated version that consists of 39 glyphs in a single weight upper case (two are alternate forms of the A and O typing the lowercase letters) and numerals. Free for personal use only, the commercial license costs €10.

      • LOT: Geometric Block-like Font

        A geometric block-like font, being all-caps, is pure display material, great for logos, posters and such pieces. It only includes uppercase characters, and numbers, no special characters. It is free for personal and commercial use.

      • Gota: Geometric Display Font

        Gota is a geometric display font, rounded and extra heavy, without a real lowercase, but a mixed-case with the same height standing for it. Available in the heavy regular and light weights, for free personal and commercial use.

      • Cinzel Decorative: First Century Roman Typef...

        Cinzel is a typeface inspired in first-century roman inscriptions and it's based on classical proportions. However it’s not a simple revivalism since it conveys all the ancient history of the latin alphabet. It also merges a contemporary feel onto it. The font has a SIL open font version 1.1.

      • Lino Stamp: Geometrical & San-serif Type...

        Lino Stamp is a geometrical, san-serif typeface. To produce it, letters were carved into linoleum, inked and impressed on paper giving a worn and distressed finish. Lino Stamps works well on heading, short paragraph and scrapbook-style designs. Free font for personal and commercial work.

      • Caesar Dressing: Antique Stylish Typeface

        Caesar Dressing is a 'Markers' take on a Greek alphabet. Open Window fonts gravitate towards more experimental or spontaneous renderings and this one doesn't look out of place next to the most experimental of those. It also maintains the geometric balance of a classic Greek-font quite effectively. This font has an SIL Open Font License, 1.1.

      • Stiff Staff

        A very creative font coming to us from Font Fabric, combining sharp lines and corners with an edgy touch of italics, resulting in a memorable logo design. It lends itself to smaller block of texts, but it really is a fantastic modern type. Free to use for both commercial and personal use.

      • Contrail One: Sharpened Futuristic Typeface

        A somewhat futuristic font inspired by handmade sans letters originated in UK posters. Rounded corners give it an attractive a friendly touch. Specifically designed to be used as Web type in medium and large sizes. The font is not really heavy, so it won't affect page load; it is a TTF file and it has a SIL Open Font License, version 1.1.

      • Metropolis: Industrial Double Line Typeface

        Metropolis 1920 comes from the industrial movement of the 1920′s where skyscrapers were born. Using a double line technique, the result is a bold, bumptious typeface with a calm disposition. It is a cool font, free for personal or commercial use.

      • Sullivan: Three Variations Bold Display Font

        Sullivan is a bold display font face that comes in three variations. Each can be used efficiently on their own or layered for a uniquely modern, industrial effect. This is a free font for commercial and personal designs.

      • Ranger: Weighty Italic Display Face

        Ranger is a weighty italic display face comes custom fit with the spurs; it suits on vintage posters or comic advertising perfectly. The font is free only for personal purposes.

      • Aldine Expanded: 19th-century American Wood ...

        Created from original proofs of a 19th-century American wood type alphabet, Aldine Expanded was made and embellished by Javier Viramontes, it stands out as an all-caps heavy slab serif. Another font is included: Aldine Tuscan, an ultra light slab serif font. The font can be used for commercial and personal design.

      • Medula One: Headlines Organic & Modern F...

        Medula One brings the best of both worlds by combining the old and the new, the organic and the modern in order to display straightforward display work, useful for titles and headlines. This font can be used for free, personally or commercially.

      • Faster One Sans-serif Font

        Faster One was developed from a sans serif italics. In order to create an impression of velocity, the horizontal and gradual lines generate the idea of the image of the wind. Ideal for writing headlines where efficiency and speed are priorities. This font is licensed under the SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE, version 1.1.

      • Baumans: Bauhaus Inspired Typeface

        Inspired by Bauhaus typefaces and preconstructivist forms, Baumans provides a classic look implementing neat modern elements as well. Its main features include sharp corners in MVW, curved Z and unicase-like N while keeping contrast and balanced proportions. It has an SIL Open Font License, 1.1.

      • Mathlete: Uppercase Hand Drawn Font

        A font that isn't exactly a small caps one but an all-caps, since the lowercase letters display a cleaner variation of the uppercase glyphs, thus giving a wider range of possibilities for display texts. You’re free to use this in commercial & personal work.

      • FFF Tusj: Serif Hand Drawn Typeface

        A hand drawn version of the Georgia font made in TTF format, hinting even its design structure, for that reason it looks better in bigger display sizes. It is free for both personal and commercial use. This font can be used in cartoons, kids' stories and other children-related creations.

      • Jenna Sue: Dynamic Handwritten Font

        A very dynamic handwritten font with fast strokes and narrow angles. There is a TTF file in the download, but at the source page you can get your hands on a full package of font formats for use as a web font, as well as subsetting. It is 100% free for personal or commercial use, you don't even have to ask permission.

      • Ventography: Italic handwriting Font

        Ventography is an italic handwriting font with a brush pen calligraphic look, with perfect height alignment, and stroke weight consistency; available just for personal use and requires a license for commercial use. The font comes as TTF.

      • Sue Ellen Fancisco: Tall & Skinny Font

        Sue Ellen Francisco is a tall, skinny font based on the designer’s own handwriting, it has a very low x-height and long ascenders and descenders, so in text lines they are prone to clash. It was created in Adobe Illustrator, using a Wacom tablet. It has an SIL open font license version 1.1.

      • Ruge Boogie: Funky & Playful Typeface

        Ruge Boogie is a fun, funky, bouncy and playful typeface. This font can be used for childish books or for invitations for kid’s party invitations. The Ruge font has an SIL open font license version 1.1.

      • Permanent Marker: Educational Creative Font

        Permanent Marker is an irregular handwriting and spontaneously fun font that can be used for informal assignments. It is perfect for creative works for children, or with educational purposes. The font has an Apache license, version 2.0 and it comes as TTF.

      • Bigelow Rules: Eclectic & Funny Hybrid F...

        Bigelow Rules is an eclectic and funny hybrid font inspired among others, from Times New Roman and Didone. It has an SIL Open Font License, 1.1

      • Mountains of Christmas: Handwritten Cartoon F...

        Mountains of Christmas is a casual, quirky and playful serif font; great mostly for display and a warm touch for a personal letter and cartoons or children's books. This font is available under the Apache License Version 2.0, available on Google Fonts. It weighs quite a bit, so it's possible that it affects page load.

      • Montez

        Montezuma is a script font which draws inspiration from 1960s beauty product ads. Its sweeping strokes lend to a feel of joy and elegance, making it ideal for display uses that require a little drama, “joie de vivre” or Joy of Life. Best settings are at medium to large text sizes for optimal readability. Apache License - Version 2.0

      • Just Another Hand: Narrow Handwriting Typefac...

        Just Another Hand is a narrow brush-drawn handwriting font inspired by the designer's own high school handwriting. It doesn't display very good at smaller sizes, but it's perfect for books with big fonts (like children books) and poster designs. The font comes in TTF and it's licensed under the SIL open font license version 1.1.

      • Gochi Hand

        Gochi Hand is a typographic interpretation of a  teenage girl’s handwriting, The text line is spontaneous, solid, consistent and works well on screen, even in small sizes, as well as in print.  SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE Version 1.1

      • Fredericka the Great: Nice Cartoon-like Typef...

        Fredericka the Great is a scratched render of a modern serif typeface, mixing the elegance of the serifs with the sense of informality from the handmade look. Supports the Latin script block, including punctuation marks, numbers and accented characters. It's license is SIL open font, version 1.1.

      • Finger Paint

        Finger Paint font was made as an experiment with Illustrator’s brushes and ended up becoming a full functional font within an hour. SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE Version 1.1

      • Berkshire Swash: Elegant Femenine Typeface

        A delicate font with a slightly feminine touch to it that serves it quite well, despite the bold styling. It also reminisces of old font faces, proper of previous centuries, for a classic and elegant design. It was designed by Astigmatic and it comes in TTF format.

      • Amatic SC: Small Caps Hand Drawn Web font

        Amatic SC (Small Caps) is a simple and effective hand drawn web font, it can be used for titling and small runs of text. It has been designed to be used freely across the internet by desktop computers, laptops and mobile devices. It has an SIL open font license version 1.1.

      • Contribute: Handwritten Script Font

        Contribute is a handwritten script font with a casual appeal. The free version includes uppercase and lowercase letters only. You can use the font just in your personal projects and it comes as a TTF file.

      • Playball: Smooth Cursive Font

        An attractive font with a smooth flow, originally intended for sporting events or festive situations, but you can definitely use it for headers, posters or titles in general given its fancy looks. The font has uppercase, lowercase, numbers and special characters, it is a simple and lightweight TTF file, and it has a SIL Open Font License, 1.1.

      • Pacifico: Creative Handwriting Font

        A creative brush script handwriting font created by Vernon Adams and made available for free as a TTF, coming from the surf culture developed during the 1950 in North America. A fun and uncomplicated design for titles and headers. The font is intended to be used in web, including uppercase, lowercase, numerical and special characters.

      • Nixie One: Thin Typewriter Font

        A font that is one of those mixes that are bound to end up awfully, but all of a sudden resulted in a great idea. Nixie One combines neon tubes and a typewriter for a delicate and thin design. This font includes a complete latin character set, free to be used in any kind or online or printed projects.

      • Lobster Two: Polished Curly Font Face

        The extended family of the of the well-known typeface Lobster, comes with the characteristic swashes and connections between letters in a TTF file. The previous Lobster font is featured now as the italic bold form of this font face, with a considerable drawback: the Cyrillic script is supported in the original Lobster, but not on Lobster Two. Once again it comes to us under an SIL Open Font License 1.1.

      • Josefin Sans: Elegant Sans-serif Typeface

        A geometric and elegant sans-serif typeface with a distinguishing x-height measuring half of the cap height, in both roman and italic, offering five weights; it contains the most familiar glyphs from the Latin script, including numbers and special characters. A serif brother is also available.

      • Matilde: Thin Extra Tall Capitals Typeface

        Matilde is a friendly thin typeface with extra tall capitals, elegant look combined with decorative elements. The typeface will work well for headings, short paragraphs, magazines, children books, posters, logos and any type of graphic design. Available in two styles – normal and sketch. Inside the font you’ll find a collection of decorative frames and patterns. It is licensed as freeware.

      • Emilys Candy: Girly Semi-sharp Typeface

        A font with a certainly regular character weight but set in a slightly whimsical manner, with playful swirly serifs and heart-dotted i's. All the basic and supplementary latin characters are included. The font has an SIL Open Font License 1.1 and it's available as a

      • Skinny Drip

        Ultra light font dripping, that has the uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and special characters. Free for personal and commercial use.

      • Bubbles

        Bubble cloud rendering of the capital letters and the numbers. Free for personal use; for commercial use, donation of any amount is accepted.

      • Damion: 20th Century-inspired Script Font

        Damion is a casual script font derived from casual typefaces brought to America in the 20th century. Best suited for display texts but with good legibility in small sizes because of its thickness. Includes accented letters to support other languages, as well as special characters, uppercase, lowercase and numbers.

      • Impregnable: Beautiful Multipurpose Script Fo...

        Impregnable is a script font for personal use only with good legibility in small sizes. The font includes uppercase, lowercase, accented letters, numbers and also special characters. It comes in TTF format and it's free.

      • Engagement: Semi-formal Brush Script Font

        Engagement is a semi-formal brush script best suited for medium to large sizes. Ideal for invitation cards, book covers and similar. It includes uppercase, lowercase, accented letters, special characters and numbers. Its license is the SIL Open Font version 1.1.

      • Aguafina: Graceful & Artistic Calligraph...

        Aguafina is a graceful but not too casual and artistic semi-formal calligraphy font in which the characters flow into each other. Also, the narrow lowercase allows for efficient use of space, while the long ascenders and descenders help maintain the legibility. The font is best suited for book covers, products packaging and similar. It includes uppercase, lowercase and accented letters, special characters and numbers.

      • Diskopia: All-caps Retro Stencil Font

        Diskopia is an all-caps retro stencil font that reminds of the 80's decade. it includes numbers and special characters. The Diskopia font can be used both personally and commercially, and you can download it for free.

      • Appleton: Victorian Style Tattoo Font

        Appleton is a victorian style font based on the labels placed on fruit crates in the end of 19th century. It is a demo font for personal use only and it is limited to a few letters in its free version.

      • Angel Tears: Handwritten Sketched Semi-script...

        Angel tears is a handwritten sketched semi-script font for personal use only in its free version. Best suited for small to medium sizes, it includes uppercase and lowercase letters.

      • Art Brewery: Free Brush Style Font

        Art brewery is a brush style font free for personal use only. Includes uppercase and lowercase alphabet and basic special characters. It is best suited for medium and long texts.

      • Feathergraphy: Handwritten Script Typeface

        Feathergraphy is a handwritten script font for personal use only. Best suited for tattoo, but versatile enough to be used in wedding material, and graffiti artwork. Includes Uppercase and lowercase alphabet and some basic special characters. It was created by Måns Grebäck.

      • Qwigley: Compelling Squiggly Font

        Qwigley is an award winning Brush Script. It is a beautiful contemporary design with stylized appearance; includes uppercase and lowercase alphabet versions, numbers, special characters, and a list of accented letters. It has an SIL open font license version 1.1.

      • Great Vibes: Extended Alphabet Script Font

        Great Vibes is a script font in one style including an extended alphabet uppercase, lowercase letters, numbers and special characters. The font is a Unicode typeface that supports languages that use the Latin script and its variants, and could be expanded to support other scripts.

      • Archive: Strong Geometric-shaped Free Font

        A free font designed by Slava Kirilenko for Fontfabric, Archive is made out of strong geometric shapes, and it can be used in all sorts of projects —web, print, digital media, mobile, etc.—. It has characters in greek, created by George Triantafyllakos, and is a bold font by nature, making it perfect for posters, flyers and all sorts of advertising options.

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    • Modern Fonts (67 submissions)

      This selection will present you state-of-the-art modern typefaces that you can use for headlines, posters and conceptual projects.

      • Break: Thin Line Typeface

        Break is a thin line segmented typeface that features uppercase, lowercase, numerals and special characters in five different weights, from extra light to bold. This font was crafted by Rajesh Rajput under an Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license.

      • Lombok: Futuristic Thin Line Font

        Lombok Regular is a thin-line freestyle futuristic typeface that that breaks characters into straight geometric-shaped sections. This typeface is very suitable for modern event posters and similar projects.

      • Bemount: Freestyle Russian & Latin Alpha...

        Bemount is a freestyle typeface that comes in 2 types, decorative filled and hand written bold outlined. It also features both Latin and Russian alphabets all in uppercase, and numerals. This typeface crafted by Anton Chernogorov is quite suitable for light and dark backgrounds highlighting it by contrast.

      • Jekyll Hyde: Mysterious Two-variation Free Fo...

        A beautiful yet ominous font made free by graphic designer Tano Veron. It is based on the original novel written by Robert Louise Stevenson published in 1886. It has a particular style, tracing an aura of mystery and adventure. Font comes in two variations, and includes uppercase characters and numerals.

      • Aquatico: Rounded Sea-inspired AI Typeface

        Aquatico is a rounded typeface made in Illustrator by Andrew Herndon inspired in the sea and its creatures. It features uppercase, numbers and alternative letters and four different types: regular, oblique, light and light oblique. It is licensed for non-commercial use.

      • Modeka: Free Modern Typeface

        Modeka is a regular thin width modern typeface fully featuring uppercase, lowercase, special characters and numbers licensed as free for personal or commercial use.

      • Top Speed: Free Sports Header Font

        Top Speed is a free bold italic font ideal for sport-related themes. The font is fully kerned and has a few extras being all designed by Jonathan Swinn who allows personal use of the font but requires being notified for commercial use.

      • Phage: Free Modern Sharp Font

        Phage is a sharp font with a futuristic look. The font has square borders and it's perfect for futuristic posters or advertising banners for movies. It comes in OTF format as regular and rough, has only uppercase characters, numbers and some special glyphs.

      • Order: Free Sharp Futuristic Typeface

        A futuristic typeface with sharp edges in TTF format, perfect for big printed designs like posters, t-shirt and advertising banners. It has uppercase characters, numbers and punctuation symbols. Its design is geometric and it also includes a version with rounded edges, a lighter version and one with outlines, which looks even more beautiful.

      • Racing Sans One: Sharp Web Font

        A web font that simulates a speeding effect. It is a complete font that includes uppercase, lowercase, numbers and glyphs in Latin and Latin Extended. However, the Latin Extended weighs a lot and it is not recommended unless you really need it. The font is really nice for posters on racing events and auto shows. Works in printed, but it's intended for web.

      • Tresdias: Free Futuristic Sharp Font

        Tresdias is a sharp font perfect for futuristic posters and stationery design, t-shirts, and related printed design. It is an outlined font, although it includes a version with fill. It includes numbers and special characters. Available as OTF, made by Asclê de Oliveira.

      • Metrica: Sharp Mechanical Typeface

        Metrica is an uppercase, sharp and mechanical typeface. It found its inspiration in architecture, and it is designed with a flat, geometric style. The font is free for personal and commercial use. It looks perfect in printed projects. Created by Oliver James.

      • Troika: Soviet-inspired Bold Typeface

        Troika is a modern bold font that resembles those old times in Soviet Russia. The font has sharp edges and puffy appearance, making it perfect for posters and advertising, especially printed. It comes in OTF format and it was made by Joël Carrouché and Panagiotis Chatzigeorgioi.

      • Ailerons: Sharp 1940s-inspired Typeface

        A modern typeface inspired by the aircraft industry of the 1940 decade that can be used only in personal projects. The font comes in TTF format and it can be used both in Mac and PC. It is perfect for headlines and printed designs. The font was created by Adilson Gonzales de Oliveira Junior

      • Moderne: Free Sans-serif Typeface

        Moderne is a free font with sharp edges. It is a sans-serif creation that comes as TTF and you can use it in both web and printed design. This font has uppercase, lowercase, numbers and some special characters. It can be used personally or commercially.

      • Velodroma: Wide Display Sans-serif Typeface

        Velodroma is a wide font, perfect for advertising purposes and large posters with a modern style, sharp edges and wide characters. This font comes as OTF, And has three weights (Regular, SuperWide and Wide). This font can be used in any project for free.

      • Muller: Multiple Weight Modern Typeface

        A compelling modern typeface with multiple weights that includes ligatures, fractions, alternate characters, case-sensitive forms, superscripts and subscripts. This font has 20 weights, that range from hairline to heavy. It includes italics, and it comes as OTF and TTF. It's free for personal and commercial projects.

      • Fabiolo: Sober Multi-purpose Font Family

        Fabiolo is a sober multi-purpose font family with 6 variations, including light, regular, semibold, smallcap light, smallcap regular and smallcap semibold. It was created by Fabien Despinoy.

      • Simply Rounded Font Family

        A simple rounded font family that includes four variations (regular, italic, bold and bold italic). This is a carefully created font with a cool rounded style that adapts to printed and web design. This font is free for personal purposes.

      • Maxwell: Rounded Edges Typeface

        A beautiful rounded edge typeface created as uppercase and lowercase. This font includes numbers and some special characters, complemented by three different variations. It fits logos and headlines perfectly. This package comes with an OTF file and it's totally free.

      • Moon: Free Modern Sans-serif Font

        Moon is a beautiful sans serif and modern typeface, perfect for both web and printed design. It works as a headline font, available only as an uppercase font complemented with special glyphs. The font can be used freely for personal purposes and it was created by Jack Harvatt.

      • SIMPLIFICA: Modern & Slim Sans-serif Typ...

        Simplifica is a nice typeface that relies on thin shapes to make it look professional as well as modern. This is a complete creation, composed of uppercase, lowercase, special characters and numbers. This font is perfect for both web and printed design, but it works better on web environments.

      • Fonesia: Free Natural Font Family

        A font family that comes in three different variants, standard glyphs, uppercase, lowercase, punctuation, numbers and some symbols. The variants are light, regular and bold, and it can be used in both printed and web design. This font family was created by Arwan Sutanto.

      • Libre Caslon: Elegant Serif Typeface

        A beautiful and elegant typeface perfect for web environments created by designers Pablo Impallari and Rodrigo Fuenzalida. It was tailored with the purpose of demonstrating elegance while being modern. The font includes various styles, uppercase and lowercase variants, special characters and numbers. It is a free font, and personal and commercial uses are allowed.

      • Bizon: Free Handmade Typeface

        This typeface, created by Alex Bizon, is a sans serif font that suits printed design and posters perfectly. It is a bold, uppercase-only font that includes a few additional glyphs like question and exclamation marks and some others. It is free and handmade. You can use it commercially and personally.

      • Sunday: Free Hand Drawn Stylish Font

        A beautiful font made with a simple style, handwritten shapes and cool endings in most characters, the font includes Latin and Greek characters, numbers, symbols, additional glyphs. The font is totally downloadable and free to use in both commercial and personal ways. It was created by Anastasia Dimitriadi.

      • Azedo: Free Elegant Font

        The Azedo font is a compelling creation for web and printed projects. It comes in 2 different font sizes: bold and light, and it only has uppercase characters, which makes it great for headlines and small phrases in posters and flyers. Its creator, Pedro Azedo, made it available for free, although you can donate to appreciate his work.

      • Jaapokki Free Modern Font

        Jaapokki is a beautiful and complete font face, perfectly readable and ready to be used in any website or mobile app. It includes both uppercase and lowercase, as well as numbers and many more glyphs. It is a font that works for headlines and paragraph texts, but it looks a bit strange thanks to its spacing. This font was created by Mikko Nuuttila, and you can download it for free.

      • Moka: Free Sharp Typeface

        Moka is a free font created by Liz Withers. It is a sharp typeface that can be used in several design projects, preferably printed graphic design. The font comes in uppercase and lowercase versions, and although it is not a complete set, it is pretty handy in headlines. It is an outlined font that can be used freely.

      • Maddac, Stylish Free Font

        Maddac is a free font with a strange style. It can qualify as a modern font, but its glyphs have irregular shapes and sharp tails or swashes. It comes as an uppercase and lowercase creation, including regular characters and numbers. This font was created by Isaac Taracks and it's licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike license.

      • Smidswater: Free Font Family with 7 Styles

        Here's a free Sans Serif font family called Smidswater which contains seven styles. It is a neat experiment, with clean and sharp descenders and ascenders that can be used in different websites, specifically in media and modern magazines. This family is totally legible and includes the following styles: - Light - Regular - Italic - Condensed - Bold - Bold Italic - Condensed Bold This beautiful font family was created by Smidswater, especially for the agency. It reflects professionalism and cleanliness. It is efficient in smaller sizes, but it can be used for larger printed design. It is online, available to everyone to download, transform and use (non-commercial), giving …

      • Rimouski Font

        Rimouski is a rounded geometric font family that allows you to use the OpenType "stylistic alternates" feature to unleash a spate of strangely slanted characters. This font has a free version that is the Semi-Bold, but there are four other weights available which aren't free: Ultra-Light, Light, Regular and Bold. This font is free for personal and commercial uses.

      • Phlekzi: Sharp Futuristic Typeface

        A display font designed by Phenom, which has a beautiful set of accents and symbols. It is a futuristic and squared font, making it perfect for movie posters and other printed design related to the future. Its format is TTF.

      • OKO: Futuristic Print Font

        Oko is a display geometric typeface designed by the young artist Hugo Portinha. This font includes a beautiful set of accents and symbols, which make them look like something an alien would use, very futuristic and such. The download is free for personal use only.

      • Kilogram: Quirky Printed-focused Font

        Kilogram Font is a free font based on the Anagram Font. This is a fun and quirky font, ideal for print projects such as flyers, posters, and magazines. The package comes with a TTF file. You can use it in graphic applications very easily.

      • Hans Kendrick Font

        ​The ​Hans Kendrick 3.0 is a geometric Grotesk typeface. A modern sans serif font that includes uppercase and lowercase glyphs, latin characters and other special characters. You can download the free regular weight font.

      • Anaheim: Free Multiuse Font Family

        The Anaheim font family is a free font family designed to be used across the internet by web browsers on desktop computers, laptops and mobile devices. All source files for this font family are hosted at GitHub. SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE Version 1.1.

      • Rollmops: Experimental Folded Paper Typeface

        Rollmops is a modular, experimental typeface that plays with the idea to fold a line of text from a continuous strip of paper. In spite of its technical and contemporary appearance, the overall impression of the typeface is unusual. It works well to create grid-based, geometric layouts with large letters or to design logotypes This is a free font for commercial and personal works.

      • CODE Pro: Avant Garde-inspired Font Family

        Code Pro is a font family inspired by the original sans-serif fonts like Avant Garde or Futura, but with a modern twist. It is clean, elegant and straight-to-the-point. The font is applicable for any type of graphic design — web, print, motion graphics, etc. — and perfect for t-shirts and other items like posters and logos. This is a free font for commercial and personal work.

      • Duru Sans: The Classic 20th Century Style in ...

        Duru Sans is low contrast a classic 20th century style sans design. It is a new take on mixing the humanist urge with the modernist one. This font also manages to be elegant and workhorse-type at the same time. It works under the SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE, version 1.1.

      • Audiowide: Soft Corner Tubular Font

        This futuristic font consists of soft corner tubular forms that give it an edgy look. It does not sacrifice readability with its design thanks to a clean layout. Created by Brian J. Bonislawsky, it provides support for multiple Unicode languages.

      • Aldrich

        This font creates an interesting mix of square and rounded elements that perform tremendously well on the screen. Inspired in the early 20th Century gothic styles, they count with a solid position and mono-weight strokes.

      • Null: Multipurpose Rounded Font

        A fantastic font applicable for any type of big design, which includes logos, t-shirts, prints and much more with a rounded, fat design. The font is freeware so you can use it for any kind of project.

      • Source Sans Pro Modern Font

        Source Sans Pro was Adobe’s first open source typeface family, created and designed by Paul D. Hunt. It is a sans-serif typeface intended to work well on user interfaces. It supports the Latin, Latin extended and Vietnamese character sets and is licensed under the SIL Open Font License 1.1.

      • Raleway: Slightly Curved Font

        Initially conceived as a single thin weight design, it has now evolved into a family with nine different variants. It features multiple details that make this a rich typeface. Created by Matt McInerney, Pablo Impallari, Rodrigo Fuenzalida and Igino Marini.

      • Quicksand: Thin Professional Typeface

        A beautiful typeface with thin, delicate lines and rounded edges. It serves better with bigger sizes, such as those of titles, posters and headlines.

      • Questrial: Geometrical Sans Serif Font

        A quite comfortable font to read thanks to its geometric approach. Its tabular numbers give a neat final touch to the typeface, while full circles decorate the actual letters on the project. Heavily influenced by Swiss design, similar to Helvetica.

      • Poiret One: Art Deco-style Font

        An audacious font face in TTF format with details of Art Deco and constructivism with a geometric grotesque look. It has only one variation, and it includes uppercase, lowercase, special characters and numbers. It serves well on big projects such as logos and t-shirts or to headline texts in websites.

      • Play: Classic Geometrical Typeface

        A font created entirely with parts of geometric shapes, very similar to the one used for the famous Sony Play Station's logo. It masterfully mixes a corporative and friendly appearance, while providing a comfortable reading rhythm.

      • PT Sans Caption Multilanguage Typeface

        An open source font coming from the project "Public Types of Russian Federation" that created fonts that the Russian people could use to consume content in their native language, therefore, it supports multiple alphabets and special characters.

      • Open Sans: Print, Web & Mobile Optimized...

        A fantastic typeface that features improved legibility thanks to its optimization for print, web and mobile interfaces. It supports the entire 897 character set that includes Latin, Greek and Cyrillic characters, useful for writing content for international audiences.

      • Montserrat: Free & Open Source Font

        A beautiful font named after a neighborhood in Buenos Aires, in which the posters display a similar style. The idea behind this project is to recover that style and release it under a free, open source license. It features good legibility in small sizes, and it has two weights. This font can be used freely.

      • Maven Pro: Legible Modern Sans-serif Font

        A uniquely styled typeface featuring sharp curves and flowing rhythm, making it easy to distinguish and very legible when in context. Its modern design has touches of multiple great fonts and works well with any platform.

      • Josefin Sans: Elegant Sans-serif Typeface

        A geometric and elegant sans-serif typeface with a distinguishing x-height measuring half of the cap height, in both roman and italic, offering five weights; it contains the most familiar glyphs from the Latin script, including numbers and special characters. A serif brother is also available.

      • Inder: Art Noveau Style Typeface

        Inder is an interesting typeface coming from Europe, based on the German Art Noveau and the Amsterdam School of Architecture styles. It has been adjusted to the restrictions of the screen and features a wide array of sizes, showing great flexibility.

      • Homenaje: Narrow Grotesque Open Font

        Inspired in the cemetery art found in Buenos Aires, Argentina, it provides a grotesque and narrow style that saves in size without sacrificing its imposing features. Managed under the SIL Open Font License, 1.1.

      • Exo 2: Modern-looking Typeface

        An 180-degree turn for Exo, a font that displays a modern look while keeping a classy shape. It includes a record nine weights, each with its own italic variant. Its organic flow makes it a good choice for long texts and smaller sizes.

      • Dosis: Rounded Sans-serif Type Family

        A sans-serif type family that features a rounded design, mostly useful for bigger text. It features an extra light weight that only works at size 36pt or bigger, plus the Extended Latin character set that integrates a wide array of special characters. It was designed by Edgar Tolentino and Pablo Impallari.

      • Comfortaa: Rounded Geometric Sans-Serif Type

        Mostly aimed at large text, Comfortaa provides a rounded, geometric sans-serif design that makes for attractive headlines and headers. This font is completely free for using across the Web or over multiple devices.

      • Archivo Black: Grotesque Sans Serif Typeface ...

        Archivo is a grotesque sans serif typeface family, originally designed for highlights and headlines, containing the uppercase and lowercase of the extended Latin glyph set including numbers, special characters, punctuation marks, and accented glyphs. It's available under the SIL Open Font License.

      • Anonymous Pro: Fixed-Width Font Family

        A typeface family that features four fixed-width fonts conceived with a particular focus for coding. Thanks to its international Unicode support, it can create text for most Western and European Latin-based languages. It comes in four different weights to adjust to different situations.

      • Advent Pro: Web & Print Elegant Typeface

        Designed for both web and print usage, Advent Pro takes the classic touches of a sans-serif font and combines them with modern styling, providing an edge to the typeface. It supports multiple languages including Geek, Turkish, English and German.

      • Abel: Newspaper, Headlines & Posters Fo...

        Abel was initially conceived as a font for newspaper headlines and posters, but it is also useful for Web writing. It contains sufficient flair to be attractive in bigger sizes and a comfortable design to read in smaller and longer texts.

      • Manteka Free Font

        The Manteka free font comes from the curiosity that its designer, Edu Araya, had for typography and its design process. It is thought for printed media, although it works on mobile and web design correctly. This free font has now more than 200,000 downloads and has been highlighted in several specialized design websites. This font includes only uppercase letters, numbers and some of the most important especial characters.

      • Archive: Strong Geometric-shaped Free Font

        A free font designed by Slava Kirilenko for Fontfabric, Archive is made out of strong geometric shapes, and it can be used in all sorts of projects —web, print, digital media, mobile, etc.—. It has characters in greek, created by George Triantafyllakos, and is a bold font by nature, making it perfect for posters, flyers and all sorts of advertising options.

      • Baffled Free Font

        A cool typeface, the first creation of Michael McMillan. It's called Baffled, and it is based on the movie The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou, featuring low x-heights and compelling serifs. The font includes uppercase and lowercase characters, as well as some latin characters. It is free to download.

      • FV Almelo Font

        As his first font, designer Floris Voorveld created a compelling font that thanks to people at Dribbble, he got inspired to release the font for free instead of selling it. It is a beautifully created font only includes uppercase letters, and the free version does not include latin characters or any other than regular.

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    • CSS Frameworks (69 submissions)

      An extensive compilation of CSS frameworks for web development, so you can choose the right foundation to begin new designing endeavors.

      • BlueTrip: Blueprint & Tripoli-based CSS ...

        BlueTrip is a full-featured CSS framework which combines the best of Blueprint, Tripoli, among others. It gives you a set of styles that helps you building a website by mainly focusing on its design. The package includes images and stylesheets for your site structure. Created by Mike Crittenden and licensed under modified MIT and GNU.

      • Outline: Clean and Simple CSS Framework

        Outline is quite a complete, clean and simple CSS framework which features gradients, fonts, buttons, embed, forms, media objects, pagination among others. Created by Matt Harris.

      • Cascade: Feature Rich CSS Framework

        Cascade is a CSS and JavaScript framework which features both semantic and non-semantic grid layouts, base templates, table designs, among others. It is compatible with new and old browsers, has an atomic design and it's modular. It is MIT licensed.

      • CSSPlus: A Flexbox-based CSS Framework

        cssPlus is a CSS framework that provides you with a way to make a flexible layout based on flexbox modeling. It features extensiveness, table approach, alignments and overflow designation. It is under an MIT license.

      • Thao: Powerful Responsive CSS Framework

        Thao is a lightweight, powerful and simple CSS framework which features grids, layouts, lists, menus, tables and several sorts and styles of callouts, buttons and inputs. The author released it under the Apache 2.0 license.

      • Baseguide: Lightweight CSS Framework

        Baseguide is a lightweight and robust CSS framework powered by Sass. It basically gathers components such as list types, forms, buttons, embedded media, among others into a small package. It was created by Sergio Lavanga and is MIT licensed.

      • Kathamo: A Minimalist CSS Framework

        Kathamo is a neat CSS Framework in minimalist design aimed to fast and mobile-friendly responsiveness and development. It is also suitable for a range of different skills and use levels. It was created by Debashis Barman and is under an MIT license.

      • Scally: Sass, BEM, and OOCSS Framework

        Scally is a CSS framework that uses Sass, BEM, and OOCSS. It allows responsive layouts, and you can build solid, stable and reusable user interfaces fastly. It is licensed under the Apache v2.0 license.

      • Compass: CSS Authoring Framework

        Compassis an open-source CSS Authoring Framework. it allows you have a cleaner markup without presentational classes. it includes reusable patterns, creating sprites is really easy, you can use compass mixins, create beautiful typographic rhythms and download and create extensions with ease.

      • Penguin: Lightweight & Extensible Sass F...

        Penguin is a lightweight and extensible framework made out of Sass for beautiful front end development. It is focused on developers, including a small Gruntfile for compiling SCSS easily and several Sass mixins. It is open source and licensed under MIT.

      • ApplePie: Semantic and Modular CSS Framework

        ApplePie is a semantic and modular CSS framework perfect for building simple web interfaces. It help maintaining your code clean, readable, consistent and explicit, It has a semantic approach, completely named and organized, and it is totally modular, giving you the possibility to start with the basics and improve it over time. It is a free framework.

      • Primer: CSS Web Development Framework

        Primer is a CSS toolkit for creating websites and platforms. It is the base of Github itself, including several tools, elements and guidelines for easy web development and scalability. It has buttons, forms, navigation, alerts, avatars, states and other utilities. You can download it for free and collaborate since it is open source.

      • Blackhole: Minimalistic & Powerful SCSS ...

        Blackhole is a minimal SCSS framework. It is modular, flexible, scalable, responsive and lightweight that focus on semantics and intends to provide a clean way of writing code. This framework can be used for free, it was created by Alin Seba and it's licensed under MIT.

      • Kickoff: Friendly & Scalable CSS Front-e...

        Kickoff is a scalable CSS framework for focusing on creating lightweight and responsive frameworks. It helps keeping a consistent structure and style across all of your projects, without adding unnecessary features to the process. It was created by TMWUnlimited.

      • Andy.scss: Open Source SASS Mixins Library

        Andy is a complete open source library of SASS mixins that will ease your workflow when developing projects. The idea of it is to not depend much on frameworks; You can use it for free, it was created by Gilles Bertaux.

      • Ratchet: Mobile App Web Development Framework

        Ratchet is a minimal framework for crafting mobile apps using CSS, HTML and JavaScript component. It is easy to use, implement and creates compelling apps in no time. The code is licensed under the MIT License and the docs are licensed under CC BY 3.0. It was created by Connor Sears.

      • spaceBase: Sass-based Responsive CSS Framewor...

        spaceBase is a responsive CSS framework created with the purpose of setting up your Sass architecture, and normalizing your CSS and native HTML elements. It is fluid, mobile-first focused, object-oriented, and optimized so it gets really fast. You can download it for free and use it in any project.

      • Furtive: CSS Micro-framework

        Furtive is a micro-framework that focuses on mobile first for creating simple web apps and websites. It has a small footprint, including a responsive grid, buttons, forms and many more design elements. It was created by John Otander.

      • Turret: Semantic Front-end CSS Framework

        Turret is a front-end framework that helps you create beautiful websites that are accessible, semantic, and responsive It allows styling and browser behaviour normalisation, giving the possibility to accessible websites rapidly. It puts design first, uses no JavaScript at all, it's semantic and it's free.

      • Papier: Responsive Web Elements CSS Library

        Papier is a responsive and semantic library made in CSS for styling web elements. It is lightweight, not intrusive, uses normalize.css, it's readable, has rapid prototyping and has no custom styles for elements. The elements included are buttons, radios, selects and more. It was created by Alexander Gugel.

      • Webknife: CSS and JavaScript Web User Interfa...

        Webknife is a presentation framework made in JS and CSS that allows you to create client-side user interfaces quickly. This framework allows browser reset, has a semantic layout, an intuitive navigation, nice forms, flexible tables, SVG icons, it's totally customizable and has modern browser support. It was created by Mark Macdonald, using creations by David Bushell and Patrick Filler.

      • Flakes: Open Source CCS & JS Frontend Fr...

        A simple, open source front-end framework made in CSS and JavaScript that allows you the creation of websites and apps easily. It takes care of both the design and the front end, helping you create apps simply and quickly. It is free and was created by Kumail Hunaid.

      • Materialize: Material Design Front-end Framew...

        Materialize is a Material Design front-end framework that's also responsive. It helps accelerating the development of websites, it is focused on usability, it's really easy to implement and use, and it is constantly updated.

      • Bourbon Neat: Semantic Grid Sass Framework

        Bourbon Neat is a grid framework created with Sass and Bourbon. It helps you get up and running in just minutes, allowing you to create responsive layouts. The idea of it is to provide a semantic and clean markup, relying only on Sass mixins without polluting your HTML. It has an MIT license.

      • Skyline: CSS Frameworks Building Starter Kit

        Skyline is a compelling kit for starters that helps you in the process of creating CSS frameworks. It allows and maintains a robust CSS architecture that can be used as a base of your newly created designs. It is written in SCSS using the BEM notation, and it’s object-oriented. It is licensed under MIT.

      • Bootflat: Bootstrap-based CSS UI Framework

        Bootflat is a compelling UI kit based on Bootstrap. It is an open source CSS package based on Bootstrap, but offering support for Sketch users since the original comes in PSD formats only. It has a beautiful flat, simple design, that includes several design elements among which you can find: - Color swatches – Buttons – Badges – Popovers – Selects – Checkbox and Radios – Alerts – Tabs – Navbars – Pills – Progress – Accordions This UI was created by Teracy and it’s totally free. It is licensed under MIT.

      • UIkit: Modular Front-end Framework

        UIkit is a modular front-end framework that allows you create beautiful web interfaces. It has lot of HTML, CSS and JavaScript components, easy to use and implement. It is written in LESS, has small, responsive components, it's easy to customize, the results fit any screen perfectly and it is totally free.

      • Material UI: Material Design CSS Framework

        This is a CSS framework inspired in Google's Material Design and React (the JavaScript library for UI design). This framework allows you add the styling necessary to your elements for resembling the Material Design appearance. It includes styling for buttons, dialogs, drop-down menus, icon buttons, icons, inputs, menus, left navigation, shadows, switches, and toolbars. It was creeated by the engineers at Call-Em-All, and it's free to download.

      • Semantic UI: Frontend Development Framework

        Semantic UI is a development framework that uses Less and jQuery to create, style, animate and manipulate user interface elements that focus on visual interaction to achieve results. It includes high-level variables and an intuitive system for changing the appearance and behaviour of any web component. It includes over 3000 CSS variables, more than 50 UI definitions and over 2800 commits. With it oyu can modify and enhance as well: - Elements - Collections - Views - Modules - Behaviors It can be downloaded and used for free.

      • One Nexus CSS Framework

        Nexus One is a front end development tool that allows you to create modern and responsive websites in a way that's fast and efficient. It applies to developers who want to make simple websites, providing the most commonly used features. To use it, just download the zip file, unzip it, open them with your text editor and start building. This framework was created by Edmund Reed.

      • Responsive Grid System CSS Framework

        flexible.gs is a responsive CSS framework that helps you take advantage of a crafted grid system. It includes browser support for Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Opera and IE7+ on desktops, and iOS Safari, Opera Mini, Android Browser, Opera Mobile, Chrome and Firefox and IE Mobile. It has the MIT license, which makes it free to do whatever you want with it.

      • Kickstart CSS Framework

        This resource is an excellent one: its a cool CSS library that uses semantic CSS mixins or CSS classes for styling. It is an extendable library that comes with basic functionality, but can be improved via the Kickstart Store, and it can be used along with popular technologies like Rails, NodeJS, HTML5 and more.

      • Schema UI Frontend Framework

        Schema is a lightweight and responsive modular front-end framework that allows you build complex web interfaces. Schema gives you the foundation and components to design a responsive web project quickly. Among its features you have: - Responsiveness - Made with Less - Open Source It is uploaded to GitHub and was created and build by Dan Malarkey.

      • Kouto Swiss: Stylus CSS Framework

        Stylus is a CSS framework for stylus that provides lots of mixins, utilities and functions so anyone can develop projects faster. It includes Grunt and third-party tools like CodeKit or Prepros. This is an open source framework you can download for free and modify if you need. It was created by Pierre-Antoine Delnatte and Thierry Lagasse.

      • Axis: Web Elements Styling CSS Library

        Axis is a CSS library built on top of Stylus. It is an extensive library, but it doesn't require any additional knowledge besides the one you know of CSS. This library doesn't override any of the existent CSS, which gives you the confidence to use it without worries. It is ultra lightweight, and it works as an enhancer for the regular CSS. You can apply Axis to any element, but it works great in: - Typography. - Tables. - Elements for creating gradients. - Forms. - Buttons. - UI elements in general. It was created by Jeff Escalante. You can use it freely in any web development, or …

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        Pure is a set of CSS modules that are responsive and lightweight, fitting any web project with neat design elements. We're talking grids, buttons, tables, menus, etc. Pure also has mobile devices in mind, letting you create responsive environments quickly and effortlessly.

      • Website Development Starter Kit

        This is a web starter kit that will help you not only create a compelling and useful website that can be viewed in any desktop or mobile device, but to know how you can improve it at all levels. Among its features you can find: - A responsive boilerplate. - An up-to-date style guide. - Cross-device synch. - Live browser reloading. - Performance optimization. - Insight reporting. - SASS Support.

      • CSS Library for Stylizing Web Elements

        Picnic CSS is an enchanting library for creating HTML5 and CSS3 elements. With a few lines of code, you can create: - Buttons - Inputs - Select - Checkboxes - Radio buttons - Tables - Grids - Navigation Among the features you can find with this library are: - The library only consists in CSS, making it very lightweight. - The code you integrate is semantic. - It weighs 2.0 kb minimized. - It uses Normalize.css. - Supports IE 9. - Full responsiveness.

      • ElastiCSS Framework

        As its name might've hinted you already, ElastiCSS intends to be flexible and practical in its use, making the creation of responsive projects a must and offering interesting selections for column arrangements, letting you control the layout of the application completely.

      • YAML CSS Framework

        YAML is a modular CSS framework designed to be comfortable for users, aiming for a flexible, accessible and responsive website, as its slogan reads. It works on all major browsers and packs the following features:- Build on SASS- HTML5 and CSS compatibility- Namespacing avoids conflicts with other CSS code- Many more

      • Gumby: Flexible and Responsive CSS Framework

        Gumby is a flexible, responsive CSS framework built with Sass (a powerful CSS preprocessor) which gives you new tools to customize quickly and build on top of the Gumby Framework. It is flexible and simple to use and update since changing the entire design of our UI kit is as simple as adding a few Sass variables and assigning the appropriate classes to your markup structure.

      • .fitgrid Responsive Grid System

        .fitgrid is a solid grid that doesn't promote itself as a framework, but a complete foundation on which to rely the construction of your next web development. This grid system is aimed at advanced users who want an attractive appearance that doesn't seem ''bootstraped'', as the creators say.

      • Kendo UI Framework

        Kendo UI lets you build your projects with the power of HTML and JavaScript, offering impressive results when implemented correctly. Mobile support is a vital part of the package and performance has been kept to maximum possible. Download it for free or get a commercial plan depending on your needs.

      • HTML KickStart

        An open source framework that enables you to quickly build templates and web designs putting performance as the main objective. It supports HTML, CSS and jQuery elements including slideshows, menus, buttons, typography basics and much more, allowing great possibilities with little customization.

      • Topcoat: Clean and Fast CSS Apps

        With Topcoat, you can design clean and quick CSS web application. Performance is the key, so every component has been benchmarked in order to achieve the best results. Among it's many options, we can highlight the possibility to customize the theme, the inclusion of a PSD file with all its components, open source fonts and much more.

      • The Square Grid: CSS Framework

        ​The Square Gid features an uncommon 35-grid layout, aiming at a great level of control without compromising ease of use and good results, which is of course the main objective of this tool. Of course, the amount and arrangement of the columns can be modified and stripped down as needed.

      • CSS Front-End Frameworks

        Not a framework, but a list comparing a huge amount of the ones available. Some of them include a rating depending on their performance on a particular browser, LESS and SASS support and how well they respond to mobile devices. A great asset if you're doubtful about which framework you should use.

      • Almost Flat UI

        The Flat User Interface is based on the Foundation framework, and it's a nice experiment that has tons of design element for websites and apps, including navigation elements like pagination, side nav and sub nav, a top bar, breadcrumbs, buttons in different sizes and types, forms, typography, labels, CSS components like price tables, alert boxes, panels, tables, progress bars, JavaScript elements, and more.

      • CSS Smart Grid: Mobile-First Grids

        ​CSS smart grid bases itself on the concept made famous by 960 grid and not only focuses on making mobile-compatible websites, but projects that are ''mobile first''. Apart from that, performance, SASS support and scalability are other major advantages of this grid system.

      • Metro UI CSS

        Metro UI CSS is a group of styles that will help you develop projects with an interface that resembles the one seen in Windows 8, the now-famous Metro style that bases itself on the global flat design trend that's taking over the modern web.

      • Toast: Simple CSS Framework

        Toast is a simple CSS grid that puts one thing as priority: Control. This intention means that Toast is not even limited to a particular number of columns, letting you choose and change any aspect of the grid: Three, six, eleven columns... arranged in any way you desire.

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        Terrific Composer is a Frontend Development Framework with a very nice and simple interface, specifically designed for building deluxe frontends based on the Terrific concept. It allows importing and exporting of your frontends to make use of other frameworks. Additionally, it has LESS support.

      • CSSHorus Framework

        ​A 12 column framework for creating responsive websites, which is vital for its second focus: Mobile devices. The library also includes skins for easy customization of links, buttons, tables and any other elements that conform the website's appearance and functionality.

      • Base: Simple, Responsive Framework

        A simple framework for all devices available today, focusing on compatibility and ease of use. Let's take a look at some of its features:RESPONSIVE DESIGN Built for all devices big and small, Base has got you covered.BASE STYLESHEET Styles for typography, tables, blockquotes, forms and more.CROSS BROWSER IE7+ and modern browsers such as Chrome, Firefox and Opera.AWESOME FOUNDATION Built on Normalize.css and including most styles and layouts.

      • Kube CSS Framework

        ​Kube is a CSS framework for designers who think big and are not afraid to use advanced developing tools. It lets you focus on your creations with a great deal of customization and control in order to make the projects as functional and beautiful as possible.

      • Fbootstrapp Toolkit

        If you are a Facebook developer, this toolkit will help you with the creation of iFrame application for multiple devices, in the classic Facebook look and feel. Fbootstrapp offers base CSS and HTML for buttons, navigation, tables, grids and many more elements.

      • BootMetro Framework

        BootMetro is a framework that allows you to develop web projects in a stripped-down and intuitive way, using the clean look and feel of Windows 8's Metro design style, including the flat grids and one-color icons. Check out the demo to see it in action.

      • One% CSS Grid: 12 Column Fluid CSS Grid Syste...

        One% CSS Grid is a 12 column fluid CSS grid system. It’s been designed as a base for building responsive web layouts easily, quickly and with minimum effort. You don’t have to take care of resizing and rearranging your layout for each platform separately, since the grid does it for you. It is a percentage based grid system, meaning that it will perfectly adapt to all screen resolutions (mobile, tablets and big screens).

      • rwdgrid: Responsive Grid System

        RWDGrid is a responsive grid system designed to make your designs usable with multiple computers and mobile devices. It is based on the well-known 960grid system that integrates increased readability. Screen compatibility goes from 1200px all the way to small handheld sizes.

      • 34Grid: Responsive Grid System

        34Grid bases itself on a system that organizes groups of columns equally or unequally in order to let the website adapt to multiple screen sizes, a vital function if you're interested in interactions for mobiles and tablets. You can add transitions, margins and much more.

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        Singularity intends to provide a different take at grids with its internal ratios approach (instead of contextual based), allowing more consistency and non-uniform grids to work better. Definitely one to look at if you're trying to use something different (or that, at least, tries to).

      • IVORY Framework

        A versatile and uncomplicated responsive web framework, capable of handling all sorts of front-end development for any device and screen size. It is quite lightweight and works with all of the five biggest browsers around nowadays. It's 12 column layout can be divided and tweaked to achieve the right organization.

      • Centurion: A CSS Web Framework

        ​A complete CSS frameworks that aims to simplify the work in our web projects, with amazing results. Some of its main features include:- Vast compatibility- Quick prototyping for wireframes- CSS3 and HTML5 are the main ingredients here

      • Junior: Front-End Mobile Framework

        ​Junior can be your best friend when creating mobile apps with HTML5. It counts with improved CSS3 transitions, thought for mobile devices only, swipable carousels and more, all with a native look and feel. You can check the project page on a mobile or check the demo to see in in action.

      • Profound Grid: Responsive Grid System

        ​This tool allows the creation of responsive (or fixed, if you want) grids and allows a good deal of customization in the way the behave and interact with the environment. It promises to deliver semantic markup and super precise margins to ensure cross-browser stability.

      • Bedrock: Mobile First Responsive Grid

        ​Some projects NEED to have mobile design in mind before they even begin, others need just a few add-ons on an existing framework to achieve that last bit of elegance that will make the design shine. This 18-column responsive grid does not intend to be another framework, but a tool to modify more of your grids. Subtle and certainly useful.

      • InK: Quick Development of Web Interfaces

        Ink is an interface kit for quick development of web interfaces, simple to use and expand. It uses a combination of HTML, CSS and JavaScript to offer modern solutions for building layouts, display common interface elements and implement interactive features that are content-centric and user friendly for both your audience, your designers and developers.

      • Extra Strength Responsive Grids

        ​Extra Strength makes full use of media queries, it's secret to make your grids much more flexible and adaptable, ideal for projects that base heavily on mobile usage. The possibilities are quite interesting since they let you play a lot with the way the elements are displayed which could make a big difference in the final result.

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