Mexico DF- 95% of the information in Web it is written language. It is logical to say that a designer must have good training in the main discipline of shaping written information, in other words: typography. As early as 1969, Emil Ruder, a Swiss typographer, envisioning times like ours, said: “Today we are inundated with that immense deluge of printed material (and on-line) where the value of the individual work is depreciated. It is the task of the typographer or designer to divide, organize and interpret this mass of material, in such a way that the reader has a good chance of finding what is of interest to them ”. This is how typography becomes a fundamental value for the designer, as it will give identity and shape to the information that it seeks to convey. This is how Paredro.com Here are 5 free font sites.
1. 1001 Free Fonts
It began operations in December 1998 and has since grown to become one of the most popular online source archives. Offers fonts for both Mac or PC platforms. They are organized in alphabetical order and styles.
This site features fonts owned by their authors and are freeware, shareware, demos, or in the public domain. In the files of each source, indicate the author’s website for details, questions or contact. It offers both free and paid fonts at very affordable prices.
On this site all sources are periodically checked to make sure they are freeware, shareware, or under an open source license.
Although there are not many free fonts that it offers (49 in total), in general terms they are of good quality and with rare strokes, which makes them useful for avant-garde designs or for those who are looking for something different.
5. Search Free Fonts
One of the largest free fonts pages on the Internet, it contains more than 13 thousand free fonts and more than 91 thousand commercial fonts.