10 excellent Fonts for making professional designs

Typography plays a vital role in creating professional designs. Professional fonts can help us to convey our message in a more convenient way. But most of the fonts are not royalty free, it does cost some price. Before purchasing a font you might want to take a glance at outstanding free alternatives first.

i have regularly collected few high-quality fonts available for free download and free to use for personal or/and commercial projects. So in this article i would like to share some of the best free fonts I have collected so far.

BB Petie Boy

An impressive collection of grungy fonts, published by Danny Outlaw.


Tallys is a font that is one degree slanted and has large caps, a small x-height and long ascenders. It comes with hybrid numbers and a complete character set.


The Fontin is designed to be used at small sizes. The color is darkish, the spacing loose and the x-height tall.

The Fontin italic is not a slanted roman, but a true italic.

Fontin Sans for free

I’ve designed Fontin Sans to be a suitable sans companion of Fontin. With a nice classical appearance it will be a perfect match. Fontin will be rereleased in OpenType format (soon) as Fontin Semi (with a Bold Italic) to match new metrics an kerning. Be sure to check back once a while.


It is a very impressive font. This font includes 182 characters.


A TrueType-font, designed by Manfred Klein and available in 4 weights – light, regular, bold and heavy.

FF Nuvo OT Medium

This font is still available for free download. Designed by Siegfried Rückel, it’s a contemporary type design with vertical contrast, and especially the characters a, g and y show the calligraphic touch. Suitable for magazine design from headlines to longer texts as well as for advertising, packaging and corporate design. A free download for a limited time. OpenType.

Grunge Serifia

This is a font I modified from the font Serifa Black. We needed a version of Serifa that was all grunged out for a magazine identity.

Whiteboard Modern Demo

Whiteboard Modern was hand drawn, but created entirely with a Wacom tablet and Illustrator.

Baja California

It’s another free professional font which will be very useful for designing purposes.
The demo version contains the entire alphabet, upper and lowercase. Hope everyone likes it!

Hope you guys will like my collection. Even if you find some excellent free fonts please leave a comment i will add them to this list.

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20 Responses to “10 excellent Fonts for making professional designs”

  1. Really nice fonts, I will be DL some of them to use in posters.

  2. Excellent Collection. And the best part being all of these are free. Great Help!!!

  3. nice set of collection, will be downloading some for my photos design. Tks a lot!

  4. hey bro, nice collection, i like it…but don’t forget the best font for logo designs and stuff which is “Helvetica” it looks nice, that is the font used for creating logos like “microsoft, skype, Panasonic…etc” check it out.

  5. couldn’t find FF Nuvo OT Medium on the page?

  6. nice post with beautiful fonts

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  8. Hi,
    You have a very nice fonts
    for more check out…………….

  9. Can you please make it clear which fonts are free to embed with @font-face?

  10. Outstanding collected works and the best part being all of these free. Huge facilitate.

  11. gr8 work bro, check out my blog when you have the time, don’t forget~

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  13. Hi there I like your post, hope my comment will keep up your good work with your blog SPARTAN!

  14. Really cool stuff la, can I copy your article for my blog?

  15. More post please! you are leaving a poor old man hungry for more :[

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  19. Nice fonts. Thanks for the tricks:)

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