34 Great Free Fonts to Use in 2019
Here, we’ve compiled a list of 34 go-to fonts that you’ll want to use in design projects this year.
While some of these options are free fonts, others are premium typeface options (everyone needs a few go-to premium type families). There’s also a mix of new and classic fonts to choose from.
2019 Type Trends at a Glance
There are a few things we’re already starting to notice when it comes to typography this year. Many of the options in this list have these trending styles in mind.
- San serif stacked typography with three- to five- lines of text.
- Use of more serif font options.
- Retro and outline/inline styles with a classic vibe.
- Elaborate swashes and flourishes for short text.
- Thick lines and bold letterforms.
Lato is one of those fonts that never gets old. Semi-rounded details of the letters give Lato a feeling of warmth, while the strong structure provides stability and seriousness. “Male and female, serious but friendly.
With the feeling of the Summer,” according to designer Łukasz Dziedzic. This is a popular typeface, thanks to inclusion in Google Fonts.
Evolve Sans includes 10 fonts in multiple weights and a futuristic alternate that’s fun for specific characters or uses. The thin versions are only heavy enough for oversized applications, but the regular and bold weights are exceptional for almost all display text.
Morganite is an amazingly complex free sans serif font. The uppercase character set is lovely for display and while lowercase letters have a “crunched” feel, they can work nicely for short text elements. For a typeface with such a high x-height it is quite readable. Find from the designer on Behance.