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Sans-Serif
Fonts

(118 submissions) | May 15, 2017 (latest edition)

This package contains a hefty amount of choices in Sans-serif fonts for those looking to add legible and comfortable typefaces to their website.

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  • Orkney is a geometric typeface conceptualized and designed by Samuel Oakes. The goal in creating the typeface was to have a unique yet functional typeface that can be used for a wide variety of projects on print or screen. Elegant yet practical, the Orkney geometric typeface was released under the SIL Open Font License, so it’s totally free.

  • Decalotype is a multi-purpose, narrow and sturdy sans serif, it includes 14 styles, 7 weights, 7 roman and 7 italics.

  • Exo is a font with a technological feel, a font that displays a modern look while keeping a classy shape. It includes a record nine weights, each with its own italic variant. Totally free under OFL License.

  • Gorgeous is a display sans-serif condensed type-family with 12 weights. A great fit for fashion projects, presentations, magazines, etc. Each font contains 385 glyphs which include small letters, capitals, numbers, punctuations

  • Work Sans is a 9+1 weight typeface family based loosely on early Grotesques. It can be a nice and free Helvetica alternative, it’s packed in several languages and covered under SIL license.

  • An uppercase and lowercase sans-serif font with rough strokes perfect for stationery, printed and even web design. It includes over 200 accented characters, numbers and special characters.

  • Wave is a simple yet compelling font which adds little squiggly lines to every character. It is cool for different types of publications like magazines and even blogs. It comes in TTF format and is free for personal purposes.

  • Just Smile is a new Typeface Fonts collection from Ianmikraz studio. Suitable for apparel brand, any greeting cards, painting design style, or any design that needs natural and personal touch.

  • A compelling font made by Agnese Pagliano with interesting shapes. It is a unique font to be used in several different projects like cartoons, modern logos and futuristic posters. It comes in TTF format

  • Westfalia is a free font featuring uppercase characters and numbers, totally handmade. It provides an authentic hand drawn feel with messy edges and varied line thickness. Great for any design work related to the outdoors and exploration.

  • A beautiful font in OTF format for personal and commercial initiatives. The font is geometric, and it works perfectly on websites with long texts or blogs since it is easy to read.

  • A compelling font with two weights, light and bold, as well as a full range of characters. It has rounded edges, perfect for titles and even logos. The font comes in OTF format.

  • An experimental typeface released to the public but still in development. It is available in Open Type (.OTF) format which is platform independent and can be used on Mac & PC. Certain parameters like kerning, letter spacing and line spacing might have to be tweaked manually.

  • A sans serif display typeface for personal use, great for titles and logos. The font has 10 styles and 2 weights, uppercase, lowercase, especial characters and multilingual letters.

  • Fira Sans is Mozilla’s open source type family. The version 4.2 comes with Fira condensed and compressed, also with italics and 60 new faces. The line height is now 1.0 for Fira code. The file is 95 MBs.

  • This is a Lite version of the full King Basil, that contains a lot of swashes and connecting letters. This version includes upper and lowercase characters, numbers and limited punctuation. It includes personal and commercial use

  • Callpedia is a handwriting font with two styles, script and sans. It is a complete set that comes with uppercase and lowercase characters, punctuation, numbers and more. The license includes use on commercial projects

  • Sonder is a type family that includes both a sans-serif and a serif variation; with a rough and regular specimen, black, bold, and regular weights. Best used on logos, advertisements, and headings.

  • Kayak Sans is a modern grotesque font with three weights and six styles, including bold, regular and light, and their respective italic variations. It has uppercase, lowercase, numbers and additional characters and can be used only in personal projects.

  • This handmade sans serif font includes two alternative characters for each letter available. Additionally, there are three cuts with different texture levels, which makes it a very useful font alongside a unique style of drawing.

  • Affogato is a clear and elegant font focused on reading. It comes in 5 weights, ranging from lighter to bolder. The font includes uppercase and lowercase characters, numbers and special glyphs. The font is free for personal use.

  • Mixa is a neo-grotesque sans serif typeface that is mixed with a classical handwritten script and has slanted geometric shapes. It uses two faces of the new font family with eight weights, and these can be combined perfectly with a wide list of classical Sans Serif, Slab Serif and Serif typefaces.

  • Inspired by Bauhaus typefaces and pre constructivist 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.

  • Fugaz One is a sans serif with very geometric features and gestural characteristics, which brings it away from its formal beginnings. Combined with its italic inclination, this font has become a very dynamic font. It has an SIL Open Font license, version 1.1.

  • Range is a grunge, sans-serif font with distressed glyphs perfect for any sort of gritty or textured designs, completely free to use in creative personal or commercial projects.

  • 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.

  • Nexa is a large family of sans-serif types with eight different weights in both roman and italic styles, which are, unfortunately, commercial fonts. However, the designer released two of them: light and bold, as free fonts for use on desktop and web.

  • Kelson Sans is a remake of the original Kelson type family, beautifully crafted with a slightly above the average x-height, three weights (light, regular and bold) and support for Latin, Russian Cyrillic and Bulgarian Cyrillic. Free for personal and commercial use.

  • One extra condensed sans-serif font with a 1:4 ratio, supporting only caps and numbers for interesting and stylized short display texts. It is a free font for personal and commercial projects.

  • Zag is a supremely elegant ornamental font that you can use for logos, portfolios, t-shirts and other big designs. It comes in OTF format, and two of its weights are available for free: Regular and Bold, which you can use all over the Web.

  • A basic font face intends to provide easy readability, but with enough detail to stand out in various sizes. These details come in the form of subtle curves in characters like the M or the W. A free font that comes in OTF format, being useful for body text as well as headlines.

  • Static is a sans-serif font family constructed with strong geometric forms, but distancing itself from the standard circles towards an elongated rounded rectangle shape, in an almost monospaced array. It has soft round ends and consistent curves that give it a warm feel to it’s modern mood. Available in four styles: regular, bold, italic and bitalic bold, for personal and commercial use.

  • Friendly and warm appearance with rounded terminals and a slight handwritten look, this font would work well for your branding and advertising projects. You will find 172 ligatures and 649 glyphs in each style, available in six weights.

  • Halogen is an all caps font in an industrial style square and angular shapes, it comes in 2 font files including a rough version in strokes with a gunpowder texture.

  • Bonkers is a bold sans-serif font designed for headlines, poster, titles and such, it’s version is available in uppercase, it includes numbers, accents and glyphs.

  • Coves is a neatly crafted sans typeface in two different weights available in both uppercase and lowercase as well as glyphs and accents.

  • Fenton font family comes with 6 weights; each weight contains 370 glyphs. It has a higher lowercase structure than the normal ones, a modern, rounded and squared character.It is a type family good to use in brand and model names of technological devices, newspaper and magazine ads.

  • Cool uppercase font inspired by the old USSR typography, it includes regular sans Latin & Cyrillic characters, numbers and special characters.

  • A sans-serif font design based on the Share family, carrying an interesting design that combines a rigid and corporate-like style with rounded edges, which gives it a nice balance. Developed by Ralph du Carrois.

  • This font is bound to make a lasting impression on your readers, thanks to a bold and geometric design plus a compact spacing. It has no problem maintaining legibility and clarity at most sizes.

  • Stilu is a Sans font that features four different weights in both regular and oblique styles, as well as accentuations for supporting several languages.

  • A simple and familiar font created for easy readability across multiple devices, which is very important given its Open Source approach. It was created by Vernon Adams and uploaded to Google Fonts for everyone to use.

  • A low contrast sans-serif typeface intended to be used in smaller sizes, providing a neat reading experience to the readers. The basic look is quite traditional, but it provides a few modern details. It comes in eight different weights, which makes for a versatile usage.

  • A font face that provides superior legibility on digital formats and fixes width compatibility problems for developers. It comes as TFF and has 4 weights. You can use it both commercially and personally, and it was created by Steve Matteson as a fresh and new design that is metrically equal to Arial and Helvetica.

  • 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.

  • Allerta tries to stand out each character in order to make every letter easy to distinguish, this helps the users immensely to have a comfortable experience. Useful in multiple font sizes.

  • 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.

  • PIER is a simple sans-serif font for using in all kinds of media thanks to its elegance. It comes in OTF format, has uppercase and lowercase characters, numbers and lots of special characters and glyphs, fitting printed design, digital art, and web design perfectly. This font was made by Mathieu Desjardins.

  • Natasha is a beautiful display font inspired by Russian style typography, with squared shapes and bold glyphs. It includes uppercase characters, Russian language glyphs, numbers and some of the most important special characters like question marks. This font is free.

  • Gidole is an elegant sans-serif font for online presentations or printed purposes. It includes special characters, numbers, uppercase and lowercase. It is a free font that looks elegant anywhere and it was made by Andreas Larsen.

  • The condensed version of Android’s font features a mostly geometric, rounded design that’s very simple to read. A few grotesque touches distort the letters to achieve a rigid rhythm proper of humanistic and serif types.

  • Fins is a simple sans serif typeface that fits well with children-themed designs. Inspired by sea animals, with a fluid modern style, it is he type of font that can be used for logo creation. The font has both sharp and smooth edges, comes as uppercase and lowercase, includes numbers and special characters.

  • 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.

  • Moka is a modern 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.

  • The Aqua Grotesque is a compelling typeface with an elegant style and nice sharp shapes. It is a sans-serif creation that includes both uppercase and lowercase characters, as well as numeric glyphs.

    This typeface can be used in elegant posters and advertising, complemented with dark colors and imagery so it delivers a powerful impact on the viewer. It was created by Laura Pol and it’s free to download.

  • Arca Majora is a beautiful font with uppercase characters only. This font includes Latin characters, punctuation symbols, and a few accents.

    This font was created by Alfredo Marco Pradil and it can be downloaded and used for free.

  • 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.

  • Archive is made out of strong geometric shapes, and it can be used on all kind of website, print, digital media projects. It has characters in greek and is a bold font by nature, making it perfect for posters, flyers and all sorts of advertising options.

  • 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.

  • A clean sans-serif font useful for both titles and body texts, due to its minimalistic approach. Its modern look is mainly provided by its vertical cuts on both lowercase and uppercase characters. This font is free and open source.

  • A fantastic font can be used for headlining purposes such as logos, posters, signage, t-shirts and so on. Its 162 characters support dozens of languages around the globe. The design has rounded edges for a very attractive look. Courtesy of Font Fabric.

  • Part of the Ubuntu Font Family funded by Canonical Ltd. and developed by Dalton Maag, this neat sans-serif font provided a compressed version of its Ubuntu companion, taking the Ubuntu experience to any element. It is open source, so you are encouraged to experiment with it.

  • The main element of the Ubuntu Font Family financed by Canonical Ltd. and designed by Dalton Maag between 2010 and 2011. It carries the operative system’s personality with a stylish sans-serif look. Its open source approach invites people to modify it at will.

  • A font family coming from Italy, with dozens of students working on it every year. You can get the font and create your own variations at will, sticking with the Open Font License. It includes multiple special characters and numbers.

  • A fine font for filling your text bodies with a legible design. As the development process went by, this ended up becoming a multi-purpose typeface with low contrast, open counter forms, wide proportions and a fresh touch. Created by Andres Torresi for Huerta Tipografica.

  • A well-spaced, semi condensed font with a clean and rigorous look and feel. Its qualities reveal themselves slowly with usage, instead of flashing out right away. It is mostly intended for body texts, but it contains enough subtle details so serve with larger sizes.

  • 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.

  • This font was born with the need for an original font for a Latvian design studio named, fittingly, Scada. In 2011, it was released as an open font and since then it has developed into a complete family. It is best suited for small sizes.

  • Ropa Sans was first designed as a homage to DIN and became a unique typeface during the work process. The step to a remarkable Italic with its extreme ink-traps caused a hard change of nearly all shapes of the first slices of Roman.

  • A font that contains interesting elements in its shape since it is mostly symmetric but features attractive and open curves at the same time. It makes for a more natural reading rhythm, allowing letters to settle into their natural width.

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

  • 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.

  • Providing a fantastic company to the original Quattrocento font, its sans-serif version makes for comfortable, clear and uncomplicated reading for your visitors. Its versatile design makes it a good fit for both small and large sizes.

  • A light sans-serif font mainly created for bigger text, but its versatility allows it to work as a text font, as well as in all sorts of digital platforms including web browsers, desktop computers and mobile devices. 

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • A stylish font face with a compressed and grotesque design, very popular over typography experts. Best suited for big sizes, since its narrow style makes for poor readability in smaller text.

  • A font created for the Russian people to read content in the native language, therefore supporting all of their special characters as well as Western and Central European code pages. The whole family includes a considerable amount of variations.

  • 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.

  • Yet another font deriving from the project “Public Types of Russian Federation” developed for the Russian people. For this reason, it supports the Western, Central European and Cyrillic code pages, which is advantageous if you want to write with special alphabets.

  • A beautiful typeface intended to be used freely across the internet in desktops and mobile devices, basing itself on an open source license. It makes part of the KDE project, attached to the Linux operative system.

  • Oswald recreates a more classic style found in older fonts, but handling itself in a modern way through its open source licensing, which allows it to be used over all kinds of devices across the web. In comes in light, bold and regular weights and supports latin characters.

  • A humanistic sans-serif font that supports the complete 897 character set, which includes Latin, Greek and Cyrillic character sets. This allows you to use the font in multiple languages, letting you write content for a vast amount of people around the globe.

  • 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.

  • Similar to the Days One font, this sans-serif design features a modern “grotesque” style with open forms. It is useful for titles and big sized text as well as body writing.

  • This font intends to remove “tofu” from the Web, which appear when no fonts support the characters entered. In order to achieve this, Noto Sans features all of Unicode, allowing you to write in all languages in four weights: Regular, bold, bold italic and italic.

  • A font designed to provide an attractive and legible text in both digital and printed formats. It works well in big sizes as well as in smaller ones, providing some interesting versatility.

  • A realistic typeface works better in big blocks of text, although it can also be useful for headlines on top of the pages. Its style is based on the 1908-era News Gothic. It supports various languages and comes with the SIL Open Font License.

  • An open source font designed to be used for free across the web on both desktop and mobile devices, providing a sober way to display headers for the most part, although it can also work for body text. 

  • A beautiful font named after a neighborhood in Buenos Aires, in which the posters display a similar style. It features good legibility in small sizes, and it has two weights. This font can be used freely.

  • This semi-geometric font is meant to be used at small sizes, thanks to its superior legibility, however, it contains enough personality to pose as an interesting typeface for headlines and headers.

  • 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.

  • This typeface is meant to look  sharp, modern and even a little technical, always carrying a good deal of personality. Its multipurpose approach allows you to use it for both headlines and body texts.

  • Mako intends free use across the internet over multiple devices thanks to its open source licensing. It features a simple design with asymmetric details in characters such as the letter ‘K’.

  • A font created by Łukasz Dziedzic as a project for a big company that needed their own typeface styling, but they ended up going with another option, so Lato (that means “summer” in Polish) became available for open source release. Described by the designer as “Male and female, serious but friendly. With the feeling of the Summer.”

  • A grotesque sans-serif typeface family features multiple languages, thanks to the inclusion of the Latin script and the Tamil script. Karla also features two weights: Regular and bold. Handed with an SIL Open Font License 1.1.

  • A fantastic font that takes undeniable inspiration from the ancient Roman style (it is even named after one of its most iconic leaders), featuring thin, stylish lines. It comes from the Chilean type foundry LatinoType. Handled under the SIL Open Font License, 1.1.

  • 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.

  • A beautiful typeface intended to be used for -yes, you guessed it- printing. The idea is to provide optimal quality and legibility even with cheap equipment. Each element has been crafted manually, including strong joints between stems, inktraps and broad counters.

  • 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.

  • Fjalla One is a display sans-serif font with medium contrast that has been properly adjusted to the restrictions of the screen. Despite the fact that it is mostly a display design, it can be useful in most sizes.

  • A humanistic serif typeface, designed by the Type Director of Ascender Corp., Steve Matteson. It features an upright stress, open forms and a neutral, but friendly, appearance. It counts with optimization for mobile devices in order to provide comfortable reading.

  • 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.

  • This font is designed in order to display each letter in the way they are most commonly used in elementary classrooms, which makes it a fantastic alternative if you want to promote literacy. Managed by the SIL Open Font License, 1.1.

  • A versatile typeface family with tools for headlines (Chivo Black) and also continuous reading settings (thanks to its regular weight). Chivo (meaning “goat” in Spanish) features an Omnibus-type sans-serif look.

  • A beautiful typeface with a clean look, providing a balanced and modern reading experience for readers, A Small Caps sister family is also available. Handled with the SIL Open Font License, 1.1.

  • Carme is a font designed particularly for texts, providing good legibility and rhythm. It features 206 glyphs and was given metrics and kerning. A bold version of this typeface is in the works. Created by Rubén Prol.

  • Cabin is inspired by the designs of Edward Johnston and Eric Gill and comes with four different weights, including real italics. It features a modern look, with uppercase and lower case plus numbers, punctuation marks and special characters. Licensed with SIL Open Font 1.1.

  • This font will look quite familiar right from the start since it contains simple forms, hence its name. Despite the elemental design, it features slight touches of novelty, which will shine on bigger sizes. However, this font is mostly used for body text.

  • An elegant font that finds a balanced style, useful for both big and small text sizes. You can use it to write all sorts of magazines, academic texts and blogs with an attractive texture.

  • Armanta provides a familiar design and includes a few soft touches of its own, creating a comfortable reading experience for the visitors and working in a wide variety of sizes. Its design features low contrast and a sans-serif text face.

  • Best suited for headlines and highlights, this grotesque sans-serif font from Omnibus-Type provides a good style for both digital and printed formats. It integrates Narrow and Black styles and was derived from the Chivo font.

  • A humanist sans-serif font that provides a fantastic pace for readers, thanks to a comfortable calligraphic feeling. Its diverse atmosphere mixes all elements harmoniously while italics highlight roman styles, as well as the other six weights. Also, it features a wide variety of languages.

  • 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.

  • A font created as a Thesis project from the Aachen University of Applied Sciences, as a way to learn from typefaces and writing as an information carrier. The text is quite basic, although the numbers are tweaked in an interesting manner.

  • 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.

  • An important resource for kids, ABeeZee helps children understand writing thanks to its definite shapes, while  the italics style reminds students of the changing nature of writing and encourages them to develop their own handwriting.

  • An attractive font with a strong and condensed styling, ideal for headlines and headers and optimized for a comfortable experience in smaller sizes. Available as an OTF file.

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