Choosing a font from the river of fonts that you can have that will suit best for your titles can be a hard task. There’s also a possibility that you might have come across a lot of fonts out there on the internet and must be confused between the sheer number of similar-looking fonts to choose from.
This blog here is created keeping in mind this problem. We have curated a list of the 9 top fonts that you can use for your next title.
1. Abril Fatface
Abril Fatface font family falls into the category of ‘Serif’. Abril Fatface is part of a bigger type family system, Abril, which includes 18 styles for all Display and Text uses.
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.
Futura font family falls into the category of ‘Sans Serif’ typeface. Futura is a family of 22 font styles divided into sixteen-upright and six-italics styles with different weights.
Futura is an exceptionally versatile typeface. Its bold and condensed variants are especially powerful display designs. Futura is also a good choice for space-sensitive environments.
3. Proxima Nova
Proxima Nova bridges the gap between typefaces like Futura and Akzidenz Grotesk.
Proxima Nova is the hybrid result that combines modern proportions with a geometric appearance.
Proxima Nova is a family of 7 font styles all seven are in upright styles with different weights.
In the last few years, Proxima Nova has become one of the most popular web fonts, in use on thousands of websites around the world.
Nexa font family falls into the category of ‘Sans Serif’. Nexa is a family of 16 font styles divided into eight-upright and eight-italics styles with different weights.
Nexa is an ideal choice for Titles, Logo Fonts & even for text blocks.
Just to let you know, this whole website of Dope Motions is designed using this font family only.
5. Halyard Display
Halyard Display is a family of 16 font styles divided into eight-upright and eight-italics styles with different weights.
Originally the whole Halyard Font Family is comprised of 48 font styles divided into twenty-four upright and twenty-four italics styles with different weights.
While starkly different in appearance, when seen together, the Halyard superfamily maintains a consistent personality at their intended size creating the impression of single type design. The Halyard superfamily is beautifully robust and lively, ready to work at any size.
Gibson font family falls into the category of ‘Sans Serif’. Gibson is a family of 8 font styles divided into four-upright and four-italics styles with different weights.
While its letterforms may be shrouded in secrecy, this design is sure to make a fine addition to your typographic arsenal. We recommend you to use for your titles its great.
The free version includes four free fonts and the paid version will give you access to all eight fonts.
Helvetica font family also falls into the category of ‘Sans Serif’. Helvetica is a family of 34 font styles divided into nineteen-upright and fifteen-italics styles with different weights.
Helvetica font family is one of the most popular in the world. It has been used for an uncountable amount of typographic projects.
Since Helvetica font family delivers clarity it becomes an ideal choice for text bodies.
8. Bebas Neue
Bebas Neue font family also falls into the category of ‘Sans Serif’. Bebas Neue is a family of 5 font styles all of them are in upright font styles with different weights.
This font family is in all caps font style which is ideal for titles and is uniformly proper for web & print both.
Raleway is an elegant sans-serif typeface family intended for headings and other large size usage. Initially designed by Matt McInerney as a single thin weight, it was expanded into a 9 weight family by Pablo Impallari and Rodrigo Fuenzalida in 2012 and iKerned by Igino Marini.
Raleway is a family of 18 font styles divided into nine-upright and nine-italics styles with different weights.
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