- Abril Fatface is a Google Font based on advertising headlines from Britain and France in the 1800s. The titling weights are a contemporary revamp of classic Didone styles, display both neutrality and strong presence on the page to attract reader attention with measured tension by its curves, good color and high contrast.
- Calendas Plus by looking at the sample above, you’d think that Calendas Plus is nothing more than a basic serif font.
- League Gothic of Moveable Type decided to take an old classic font that got lost in the public domain after the original foundry went bankrupt (Alternate Gothic #1) and gave it new life for the twenty-first century.
- Nexa isn’t just a clean and stylish font to use for titles or headers on your website.
- Raleway was designed to be a single font, thin in weight. Over the past decade, however, this display font family has been expanded to include nine weights, ranging from thin to black.
- Black Jack has a natural and casual feel to it, thanks to the handwritten letters not always connecting much like when someone’s written in cursive for a while and adds their unique spin to it.
- Brush Script Mt s a web-safe Adobe Font. It’s marketed as being peppy, informal and unabashedly confident, which is a spot-on description.
- Milkshake If you’re looking for a thick cursive font that fills up space well, Milkshake is a good one to consider.
- Mission Script is a warm and friendly font with its playful brushstrokes and, yet, very down-to-earth styling.
- Pacifico is a handwriting font available through Google Fonts. It was originally inspired by American surf culture from the 1950s, so don’t be surprised if you find a lot of use for it when designing websites for vintage stores or other types of businesses with a retro, laid back vibe.