Having a insanely huge bundle of fonts in your computer is never recommended. You can either have your programs loading harder or you will get lost searching for that one font that would work well on the design that you are working on.
Instead, you should try to limit your collection of fonts to a few that have the best chances of being liked by your clients. The first criteria of choosing a font would be legibility and there are a lot of factors to take into consideration when you’re looking at the typeface legibility. After you got rid of more than half of the fonts that you get to see in font galleries you’ll be left with a few that you could actually use in a design project.
Of these, you shouldn’t focus on a single font and you should try using different ones, depending on your project. Sure, there are fonts like Helvetica that can be applied to almost any design, but limiting yourself to one font will not make your image look good. As a designer, you have to show versatility and you should adapt to each new project that you get and use a font that is proper for that project.
In this article, you will see 25 free and premium fonts that every designer should consider using. Some typefaces that you will see here can be used in design projects with various styles, while some are targeted at a certain kind of design.
If you’ll see that clients like how your projects look like with one of these fonts, try buying the premium styles of the font family that you used.
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