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Some of the modern fonts listed below are edgy, sleek, minimalist, and some are classy and versatile. Choose the one that describes you best.

Finding a modern font is not always an easy job. Simply googling “modern fonts” doesn’t mean you will be given a font that meets your expectations. Why? Because fonts, like fashion, go through a rotating process. That means that many times vintage fonts are seen as modern fonts, and recently created fonts will eventually lose their flair. There are some fonts, though, that seem to never die. Professional designers use them on a daily basis and that says a lot. Some of the modern fonts listed below are edgy, sleek, minimalist, and some are classy and versatile. They all have a strong personality, so pay close attention when choosing any of the following fonts for your projects.

We divided the fonts into two big categories: Serif Fonts and Sans Serif Fonts. Within these two categories, you will find two subcategories which are: clean fonts and script fonts. All fonts have been chosen by WDL’s professional designers. We hope that you will enjoy the list below just as much as we do.

40 Best Free Modern Fonts Picked by Professional Designers

Modern Serif Fonts

Clean Modern Fonts

 

1. Farewell Pro Space Editione

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Although it’s not a totally clean font, we loved the originality every letter brings to the table. Perfect for any science-oriented company.

2. Stoked

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Stoked is for enthusiast designers only. Such a versatile font can be used in many projects.

3. Decurion

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Decurion has a sporty vibe. I think that I’ve seen the word “VIBE” written on a T-shirt using this font. Do you know what I mean?

4. Brassie

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Brassie is an urban font, very versatile and with a great effect.

5. Vogue Font

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One of the most notorious serif font out there, Vogue will always be a modern, fashionable font.

Continua su: 40 Best Modern Fonts Picked by Professional Designers – Web Design Ledger

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Dario De Leonardis esiste nell’Internet dalla fine degli anni ‘90. È stato, in ordine sparso: hacker, grafico, web developer, brand designer, analista politico, edonista, spin doctor b-side dell’hinterland tarantino, UI designer, installatore software, attivista per i diritti di tutti quelli che non vogliono togliere diritti agli altri, tecnico informatico, ghost writer, organizzatore eventi, autore satirico, cattivo da fumetto, social media strategist/manager, communication expert e modello. Da curriculum accademico sarebbe critico letterario e teatrale ma si vergogna a dirlo. Ama il cinema d’azione indocinese e il progressive rock del nord-est europa. Tendenzialmente affronta i suoi problemi con il binge watching e il sarcasmo. Sa come si scrive una È maiuscola con l'accento e non con l'apostrofo usando le combinazioni ASCII. È fortemente convinto che una cosa si possa pubblicizzare e vendere anche se non esiste realmente e che un giorno le botnet sui social svilupperanno una coscienza propria e conquisteranno il mondo.

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