5 Cool Typography Fonts To Spice Up Your Website

For starters, everyone knows that creating a website primarily involves some sense of creativity. That is, website designers should bear in mind that a careful selection of typography fonts does really matter in attracting visitors to their websites. As per web designing per se, it continually evolves that makes it interesting because web designers do not need to heavily rely on the ever trusty Arial, Helvetica, and Georgia anymore. Hence, here’s a roundup of what we’ve gathered to boost your website’s overall look and feel.

1. Adelle

adelle font


Adelle is a slab-serif font. While its characteristics basically fit for the print medium, it could also be ideal for web—both main and sidebar text. Undeniably, it adds a completely different, effortless appeal to one’s website.

To get your own copy of the font for free: http://www.type-together.com/index.php?action=carro/getFreeFont and use the code f21dd6a. Additionally, this typeface is available on TypeKit’s Trial Library as well.


rooney meyers butterdrops font

If you think you could shell out a little amount more for your website, you may want to consider getting this typeface. Rooney is a serif font that gives a unique, artisan feel; ideal for blogs and online magazines.

Rooney font can be purchased both from MyFonts and TypeKit.

3. Josefin Slab

josefin slab Designed by Santiago Orozco, Josefin Slab was patterned from the 1930s trend of geometric typefaces. The elaborate round edges makes it suitable for entry headers.

To get your own copy of this font, you may get it over from Font Squirrel:http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/josefin-slab

4. Droid Serif

droid serif

The list would not be probably complete without including the widely used font, Droid Serif. Usually seen in Android phones, it also has been used in websites as main text. This font shouts simplicity and readability.

To get your own copy of this font, you may get it over from Font Squirrel:  http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/Droid-Serif

5. Raleway

raleway font

To top off the list, let’s also feature a thin sans-serif.

Raleway, as simple as it looks like, has a more technical description than the rest of the fonts featured in this post – “It is a display face that features both old style and lining numerals, standard and discretionary ligatures, a pretty complete set of diacritics, as well as a stylistic alternate inspired by more geometric sans-serif typefaces than it’s neo-grotesque inspired default character set”. Nevertheless, it gives off nothing but elegance. Plus, it could be nicely paired with Droid Serif having Raleway as a header.

You can download this font from Font Squirrel:




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