Jura comes in four different sizes, so it will work well for just about anything!
Daniel Johnson wanted to create the Roman alphabet using the same type of strokes and curves as Kayah Li’s glyphs. Jura was born and has expanded to include glyphs for Cyrillic and the Greek alphabet. It is available in light, book, media, and demibold sizes.
The League of Moveable Type For Web fonts
Originally designed by Morris Fuller Benton for the American Type Founders Company in 1903, League Gothic has been brought to life for The League of Moveable Type. Thanks to a commission from WND.com, it’s been revised and updated with contributions from Micah Kaya, Tyler Finck, and Dannci, who have contributed extra glyphs.
These free web fonts are fresh, clean and optimized for web and mobile
Designed by Steve Matteson, type director of Ascender Corp., this humanist sans serif font boasts great readability even at small sizes, and has been optimized for web and mobile interfaces. This free web font features an upright shape, with open letterforms and a neutral-friendly appearance that ensures flexibility for the reader.
Signika’s free web fonts are designed with a sense of clarity
In a tradition laid down by the likes of Meta and Tahoma, Anna Giedry designed Signika with signage and wayfinding, where clarity is key. This is a sans serif free web font with low contrast and high x -height, quality that translates well to wide character set screens, pictograms, and arrows.
The x -height free web font is its half hat height
Drawing on trends for the 1930s – a geometric style with some typography adding a Scandinavian flavor, Santiago Orozco’s distinctive slab serif brings a distinctive ‘typewriter’ feel to its sans serif, and this free web font is perhaps the best fit for display usage. Incredibly, Josefin’s x -height is half his upper height.