88 Professional Fonts untuk Desain Web dan Desain Grafis

Kumpulan font-font profesional untuk desain web. font dikembangkan dari font standar Arial, Georgia, Verdana, Trebuchet MS, Calibri, Sans Serif, Cambria, Candara, Constantia dll

Everyone wants good looking fonts on their blogs or designs and theimportance of typography is design is unavoidable. With the adoption ofCSS (Cascading Style Sheet) in the domain of website design, a new erahas started where the art of topography underwent completetransformation.

The suitability of various web design fonts makes it easier for thereaders and visitors to go through your articles. The correct font withbetter accuracy, precision and balance can give your letter theelegance and sharpness they deserve.

Font is the key element in the dynamic process of web designing andplays vital role in spreading the true meaning to the words spelled inthe web site.A recent psychology study on furniture instructions hasshown that font selection is important: the more readible and legible afont is, the more influence it has on a consumer's perception of howeasy or difficult the navigation is.

Here's an overview of over excellent free fonts that you might want to use in your designs. Some fonts, like Arial, Georgia, Verdana, Trebuchet MS, Calibri, Cambria, Candara, Constantia and Corbel are delivered almost "automatically”.

  1. Share: The special font-family, Share, has been developed to advance theTYPO3 identity further and to maintain consistency across communicationchannels. Having a corporate font means making every print or screendesign a completely recognizable product.Share
  2. Quicksand Font by Andrew PaglinawanQuicksand font
  3. Diavlo
  4. Fertigo Pro
  5. Anivers: A robust and rigid font, forgiving, flexible, elegant and alsosuitable for a broad use: from a stationery to a poster headline. Asmashing serif freefont by Jos Buivenga, dedicated to the One-Year-Anniversary of Smashing Magazine.
  6. Anomoly
  7. Audimat : OpenType, Mac, PC, in four weights: regular, italic, bold, bold italic. Freeware, via fontleech
  8. Auto : Auto is a sans serif typeface which has three different models of italics, each with its own flavour.
  9. Avenir Standard : Adrian Frutiger designed Avenir in 1988, after years of having an interest in sans serif typefaces.
  10. Byington: Inspired by the ancient carvings chiselled into Trajan's column inRome, Byington pays homage to Trajan's venerable lines but strips awaythe subtle nuances usually associated with the classic design.
  11. Cardo: Cardo is a large Unicode font specifically designed for the needs ofclassicists, Biblical scholars, medievalists, and linguists.
  12. Bitstream VeraBitstream vera6
  13. Justus by KhunrathJustus
  14. Inconsolata : It is a monospace font, designed for code listings and the like, in print.Inconsolata
  15. Charlotte Sans : Charlotte Sans™ is a font from Linotype library.Charlotte sans
  16. Chucara : Read in very small bodies, which supports printing on difficult surfaces (such as newsprint), and saving space page.
  17. COM4t Fine Regular (Free Font
  18. Day Roman :
  19. Delicious: Special attention was given to character spacing to obtain ahomogenic appearance. With it's relatively large x-height the Deliciouscan be used for text in smaller point sizes. The Delicious italic isnot a slanted roman, but a true italic. Serif, Mac / PC.
  20. Dynasty Font Family
  21. District Thin :The thinnest weight from GarageFonts' District family, by Kienan and Dylan Smith. And it's free! Give it a try.
  22. Edifice by Dimitri Castrique
  23. Engel Light Ltd
  24. Existence Light
  25. FF Mt : A newface that proves that type designers are a truly unique breed. Anofficial statement tells us that "FF Mt uses up to 50% less paper,screen, and wall space than other text faces without a single condensedletter.”
  26. Fontin: The Fontin is designed to be used at small sizes. The color isdarkish, the spacing loose and the x-height tall. The numbers of theFontin have a 'hybrid' design. They carry the characteristics ofmedieval numbers, but their size is larger than the x-height. Mac (Type1), PC (TTF, Opentype).
  27. Fontin Sans : Available weights: regular, italic, bold, bold italic and small caps. It is a sans companion of Fontin and can be downloaded at Mac & PC (OpenType). Fontin Sans is absolutely free for personal and commercial use.
  28. FF Reminga : The all-new OpenTypeFF Reminga is an improved version of an underused FontFont classic. Try the bold italic for free.
  29. Union
  30. Yanone Kaffeesatz : This "coffee”-font is supposed to be used in headlines and brief text passages;it shouldn't, however, be used for body copy. The numbers and currencysigns are monospaced, which means that they have the same width. Thisis useful if you'd like to place them on a restaurant menu beneath eachother in a table.
  31. Amplitude: A successful agate predicts the spread of ink on paper andeffectively keeps legibility under less than ideal conditions.Fascinated by the visual aspects of these entirely functionalcompensations, Christian Schwartz designed Amplitude, an extensivesanserif series for text and display that turns function into style:deep angled cuts keep small sizes readable, while adding character atdisplay sizes.
  32. Warnock Pro:Warnock Pro Bold font. Fonts.com has the best selection ofdownloadable, design quality, True Type and PostScript fonts for Macand Windows.
  33. Vegur
  34. Alte Haas Grostek by Yann Le Coroller
  35. Univers Std : This OpenType font may include small caps, extra glyphs, andotherfeatures.
  36. Trajan Font Family: In designing Trajan, Carol Twombly was influenced by the style of thechiseled writings of the Romans during the first century AD. Twomblycompleted the font with numerals and punctuation and added a bolderversion for text which should be emphasized. Most importantly, herinterpretation of an ancient style resulted in a font whose clarity andbeauty come across in modern printed materials.
  37. TheMix : Designed by Luc(as) de Groot
  38. Tallys: Tallys is a font that is one degree slanted and has large caps, asmall x-height and long ascenders. Only roman style is available.
  39. Syntax Std
  40. Stella
  41. Steiner: Gabriele Magurno, the creator of Steiner, recommends the font forlogo or decorative use. Steiner lacks a full array of symbols andletters, so the font should not be used in blocks of paragraph text.Steiner ranks as one of the most popular fonts on dafont.com, a freefont hosting website.
  42. Stalemate : This OpenType font may include small caps, extra glyphs, andotherfeatures.
  43. Spirequal Light (Free Font)
  44. Baar Sophia Font Free
  45. Seravek: Seravek is a linear sans serif designed for identity, editorial andinformation design. Five weights spanning Bold to Extra Light withitalics and small caps allow for a range of applications bothtypographic and utilitarian in nature.
  46. Ronnia: One of the most remarkable characteristic of this humanistic sansserif is its versatility. Ronnia's personality performs admirably inheadlines, but is diffident enough for continuous text and small textalike.
  47. Romeral: Romeral is designed to produce a noticeable visual impact thatinvites the audience to the reading due to its sizable thickness.Interestingly enough, the basic idea was to find a way to fill thecolor titles zone in order to create a comfortable atmosphere for thereading experience.
  48. Rockwell: Rockwell font appeared with Monotype Design Studio in 1934, a timewhich saw the return to popularity of slab serif fonts. Rockwell'sstrong and harmonious characters make this font particularly flexible
  49. Qlassik by Dimitri Castrigue
  50. Proxima Sans :Proxima Sans(1994) stradles the gap between typefaces like Futura and AkzidenzGrotesk. The oblique styles are optically adjusted, not just slantedversions of the roman.
  51. Proxima Nova :Proxima Nova (2005)is a complete reworking of Proxima Sans (1994). The original six fonts(three weights with italics) have been expanded to 42 full-featuredOpenType fonts.
  52. Precious Serif : Designed to accompany and complement theSansfamily, each weight shares the same proportions of x-height, stemthickness and ascender/descender height as its corresponding Sans.
  53. Precious Sans: In Cooke's ongoing quest for simplicity and elegance he developedthis striking alternative sans family. Starting with a hairline Thinand finishing with Ultra Black, Precious Sans has a comprehensive rangeof weights, fairly large x-height and open counters for maximum claritywhen set in small point sizes.
  54. Portland LDO
  55. PMN Caecilia: PMN Caecilia™ is the premiere work of the Dutch designer PeterMatthias Noordzij. He made the first sketches for this slab serifdesign in 1983 during his third year of study in The Hague, and thefull font family was released by Linotype in 1990. The PMN prefixrepresents the designer's initials, and Caecilia is his wife's name.This font has subtle variations of stroke thickness, a tall x-height,open counters, and vivacious true italics. Noordzij combined classicalductus with his own contemporary expression to create a friendly andversatile slab serif family. With numerous weights from light to heavy,and styles including small caps, Old style figures, and CentralEuropean characters, PMN Caecilia has all the elements necessary forrich typographic expression.
  56. Pigiarniq Inuktitut font: Have you ever known about the existence of Nunavut? A small region inCanada with one of the lowest population rate of the world? Probablynot. Only 0,01 people live there per km


    , mostly Eskimo. Thecitizens of Nunabut speak four languages — French, English, Innuinaqtunand Inuktitut. Nothing spectacular so far, right?Few years ago thegovernment of the region has decided to design a new typeface to enableits 28.000 citizens to use all four languages in a uniform manner. Theresult is a beautiful, rich and professional sans-serif free font. The family includes a bold, heavy, italic, light and regular weights.
  57. Parisine: Parisine has been designed by Jean François Porchez in 1996 for Ratpto solely fulfil the unique needs of signage legibility. In 1999, thefamily was revised and extended for use in maps and externalcommunication. Not connected with Ratp, Parisine Plus appeared also in1999. Much later, Parisine Office was created for Ratp's internal andexternal communication.
  58. Oregon LDO Font by Luke Owens
  59. ITC Officiana Sans : ITC Officina® Sans is a font from Linotype library.
  60. Neuzeit® S Std : This is an OpenType font.
  61. Neo Sans : Both theNeo Sans and the more-minimalistNeo Tech families are available in six weights, ranging from Light to Ultra. Each has a companion italic, andNeo Tech offers a suite of alternate characters.
  62. Myriad Pro
  63. Museo: This OpenType font family comes in five weights and offers supportsCE languages and even esperanto. Besides ligatures, contextualalternatives, stylistic alternates, fractions and proportional/tabularfigures MUSEO also has a 'case' feature for case sensative forms.
  64. Museo Sans : Museo Sans is based on the well-known Museo.It is a sturdy, low contrast, geometric, highly legible sans seriftypeface very well suited for any display and text use. Two fonts areabsolutely free!
  65. Morpeth: Hardworking and versatile condensed sans family originally designedfor Morpeth Borough's wayfinding system and thus eminently usable forsignage purposes. The 6 weight OpenType family includes discretionaryligatures, small caps, 5 sets of numerals plus coverage for CentralEuropean, Baltic and Turkish languages.
  66. Metanoia Font by Lutz Baar
  67. Mank Sans : Freefont designed by Manfred Klein.
  68. Locator
  69. Lido STF: The typeface is suitable for all periodicals wishing to abandoninconspicuously the hideous system typefaces with their even morehideous accents and to change over to the contemporary level of graphicdesign. It is also most convenient for everyday work in text editorsand office applications.
  70. Liberation Serif : Public domain / GNU GPL, Regular, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic, PC / Mac OS X
  71. Liberation Sans : Public domain / GNU GPL, Regular, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic, PC / Mac OS X
  72. LeMonde: Designed by Jean François Porchez, Le Monde Sans is a lineale typefamily—one which has been derived from serifed types—a practice thathas now become commonplace.
  73. Lacuna: To download the font enter the Flash page, click on "Glashaus Fonts”in the navigation menu at the top, in the opened page click on [MAC] or[PC] in the left menu to download the font. [via Typemotion.de]
  74. Kontrapunkt: Kontrapunkt was awarded the Danish Design Prize for best typeface.The aim has been to develop a distinct font, with regards to both theinidividual character and the overall image as such. The typeface hasso far been developed in a light, light italic and bold version.
  75. Kievit
  76. KelvinGrove: Kelvingrove is an attractive new small-cap copperplate with alternateswash K, Q and R. A small ampersand is also included. The numerals areperfectly balanced to work with either caps or small caps
  77. Interstate
  78. Helvetica Neue Std
  79. Helvetica Std : Helvetica is a widely used sans-serif typeface developed in 1957 by Swiss typeface designer Max Miedinger.
  80. Guardian : Commissioned by Mark Porter at The Guardian. Designed with Paul Barnes. Will be available for licensing from mid-2008.
  81. GreyScale Basic Regular
  82. Glasgow : Re-tooled from the QBF Collection
  83. Gill Sans Std
  84. Geo Sans Light : by Manfred Klein
  85. Gentium: Gentium is a typeface family designed to enable the diverse ethnicgroups around the world who use the Latin script to produce readable,high-quality publications. It supports a wide range of Latin-basedalphabets and includes glyphs that correspond to all the Latin rangesof Unicode.
  86. Gauntlet : Free version available for download here.
  87. Future Std: Futura is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed between 1924 and1926 by Paul Renner. It is based on geometric shapes that becamerepresentative visual elements of the Bauhaus design style of1919-1933. A free version of this font, with slight variations areavailablehere.
  88. Frutiger Standard : Frutigeris a series of typefaces named after its designer, Adrian Frutiger.Initially available as a sans serif, it was later expanded to includeornamental and serif typefaces.
  89. Freight Sans : Freight Sans has 20 fonts available for purchase as a package.

Hope you all enjoyed the list and will be useful to you all to makeyour blog / web site / design much more elegant and expressive.