Today's Featured Free Fonts - Tuesday March 11, 2014
1001 Free Fonts first opened its doors in December 1998 and has since grown to become the most popular free fonts archive online. We receive more than 50,000 visitors daily and have received 150,000,000 visitors since 1998. Over 3,000,000,000 free fonts have been downloaded since 1998. We would like to thank you all for your continued support and hope you return shortly.
Signature Fonts - Turn your signature into a signature font and sign documents digitally.
Handwriting Fonts - Handwriting fonts offers a personal handwriting fonts service.
Ultimate Font Download - Download 10,000 Fonts with one click. The Ultimate Font Download is a collection of 10,000 quality fonts from award winning font designers. Supports Windows & Mac OS X.
Font Search Engine - Didn't find the font you are searching for? Then visit Font Search Engine, who offer one of the largest commercial archives online. There are currently over 30,000 commercial fonts on offer.
Free Mac Fonts - If you are a Macintosh user then this website is for you. They offer one of the largest Macintosh compatible archives online. Unlike other archives 100% of the fonts contained in this archive are Macintosh compatible.
Monotype teams with Google to expand use of Web fonts (Investor's Business Daily)
Monotype Imaging (TYPE), a leading provider of typefaces and technology for creative professionals and consumer devices, has partnered with Google (GOOG) to encourage Web designers to experiment more with different fonts. Monotype is offering a free public version of its Typecast design tool that can be accessed through Google Fonts, the companies announced Thursday. Monotype partnered with Google to reach more designers and encourage use of more Web fonts beyond the typefaces that are available for free from Google. Web designers will be able to preview font pairings with their content using the Typecast tool in Google Fonts. A premium version of Typecast, with enhanced capabilities, starts at $29 a month. >>Read More...
Google Fonts now fully accessible to design enthusiasts (Cnet)
Google Fonts, the search giant's repository for typefaces, has inked a deal with Monotype to make it easier to preview those fonts. The companies announced the deal on Thursday, saying that when a user now picks a font from Google Fonts, they'll be brought to Monotype's Typecast application, where they'll be able to see how it looks with different messages, modify size and width, and export that code to a file format of their choosing. Google Fonts has been growing, but one of its chief limitations has been the ability to see for oneself how the font would look for a particular use. >>Read More...
Autumn harvest fonts add a crisp, cool breeze to your text (PC World)
With Autumn in full swing, what better way to celebrate the cooler days and longer nights than with these free fonts. From falling leaves to pumpkins to pilgrim's hats, whatever your font-needs this season, these typefaces will fill your font cornucopia. You'll feel a wealth of abundance with this selection, because these are all free for personal use. To find all these fonts in one place, see our "Autumn harvest fonts add a crisp, cool breeze to your text" collection. >>Read More...