Add a review 5 Fonts Again for the website designer nor mobile application designer which might be an inspiration to build your website and mobile application.
It’s a free web Font published under the Open Fonts License
A sans serif family of fonts created by designers Poland Łukasz Dziedzic, Lato published under open source Open Font License. Originally developed for a client project, which then steers in different directions, the relatively striking face when used looks small, but reveals the character at a noticeably larger size, where semi-round characters add to the softness Lato font this.
2. Droid Sans
Droid web fonts are ideal for mobile screens
A digital-focused typeface, this font created by Ascender Corp., Droid Sans has been optimized to be maximally readable at a small size for the user interface – especially the menus on the phone screen (hence the name Android-reference). It has an upright shape with open letterforms, well-balanced. This font makes it easy for users on their smartphones.
3. Ubuntu Fonts
Ubuntu is a typical web font – and open source of course
Made by prominent people London Dalton Ulcer, this signature sans serif font was developed with funding from Canonical Ltd to benefit the wider free software community, and users are encouraged to modify, improve and share web fonts. Ubuntu is designed to convey personality to both desktop and mobile screens.
The Vollkorn web font was its designer’s first attempt at typography
Considering it was the first attempt Friedrich Althausen As a typographic design, this hardworking, multi-purpose serif (this German name is ‘wheat’) is a pretty big feat, and has been downloaded thousands of times. Its chunky, well defined serif provides confidence and energy that makes it look effective at large sizes for headlines or sub-headings, or sections that are larger than paragraph text.
5. Tikal Sans
This free web font takes its name from the Mayans’ main city
Taking its name from the Mayans ‘most prominent city, Tikal Sans’ strokes look sharp and characterful influenced by the glyphs used by South American civilization. Latinotype Foundry give web fonts a large, contemporary-feel x-height for elegant legibility and appeal, while multiple weights ensure maximum flexibility.