A cursive sans-serif from Laura Worthington
Sans serif fonts have become a crowded field lately. You can find high quality fonts for just about every use, and the vast majority of them are clean and professional. There’s nothing wrong with that, we happen to love them, but sometimes [...]
The world of worry-free fonts just got bigger.
Fontspring is always on the hunt for new foundries to bolster our font library. Sometimes though, getting something new means bringing in a foundry that’s not new at all, and that’s what we’re doing today. We’re thrilled [...]
A versatile trendy family gets our Font Spotlight
Sant’Elia is a font that highlights many of the attributes that got Yellow Design Studio’s fonts on the map. For starters It has curves reminiscent of their perennial favorite, Thirsty Script. As a script, it’s modern and [...]
We get this question all the time, so here it is!
A common question we get is “what fonts are you using on your site?” I guess we should expect it, we are a font company after all, our opinions probably matter. If we sell fonts for a living, there’s really no greater [...]
A not-so-short guide to get you started
Ever since we launched it a few months ago in beta, people have been using our new Matcherator to find the fonts they have in a picture to great effect! While we think it’s overall pretty easy to use, there are some techniques that will [...]
Fonts so cheap, they might as well be free.
If you haven’t been to the Font Squirrel Almost Free page, you should go. The Font Squirrel Almost Free Page is where we’ve compiled a set of font deals that really appeal to the budget minded font lovers. I won’t call them the [...]
Some fonts are only possible with computers.
Trends reports are a column where we talk about the recent popular things to do in fonts, whether it be adding layers to fonts, giving away extras and dingbats for free, or making huge collections of fonts that allow you to build all elements of [...]
Why don't my script fonts connect correctly?
Today’s quick tip was a last minute addition due to this week’s blog post. I was uploading the images that our wonderful graphic designer worked on, and noticed the font looked like it was broken, the connection of the [...]
Sometimes More is More.
This post is a continuation of sorts from a recommendation we posted last week, a quick tip on picking fonts that pair well together. You should go over and read it, it’s short, but the main gist of it is that sometimes it’s much [...]