I get lots of emails asking me about what fonts I use, but that’s actually a loaded question. Each and every project I work on is unique to itself, so the typography used is also scrutinized and chosen for specific reasons. I thought I’d make that question less complicated by showing you guys some of my favorite fonts for web. The above graphic displays an array of choices. From great title fonts to funky serifs, you’re bound to find something amazing + free to use. If you see something you like, click on the corresponding name link below to download and enjoy!

nevis / trocchi / josefin sans / oswald / gentium basic / bpreplay

  1. JP says:

    Trocchi looks really cool. Love how you demonstrated all of them. :)

  2. Anne says:

    Thank you for sharing I am always wondering what one’s you use. You always make the perfect pick!

  3. love these recommendations, thank you! it’s hard for us non-designers to know what to use! I’ve also been using “Existance” as well, and that’s a nice clean one too.

  4. joy @ OSS says:

    thanks for sharing! is there a way to pick between fonts that are better for display versus print? because i find there is a significant difference between the two and im not a designer :P

  5. Noor says:

    I am obsessed with fonts so any font post has my vote :) Great choices I love all of these as well.

  6. Kory says:

    I LOVE nevis! Great, great choices. I’m definitely downloading at least a few of these. Thanks for sharing! :)

  7. Kristin B says:

    Oh, Josefin Sans, you are still my ultimate font lover. Thank you, Bre, for introducing us so long ago. ;)
    x

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  10. Alyssa says:

    I love Nevis! But think link goes to a ttf? How can it be used as a web font? Great collection :)

    • bre says:

      Hey! Yes, it comes in a TTF, but it’s allowed to be converted into a web font, which is why I linked to it. :) You’ll need to find a Font Face generator, but then you’re golden!

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