Top 8 Sans-Serif Adobe Fonts (Typekit) ✨
Courtesy of @vincentfileccia
🤔 Looking for high quality, free sans-serif fonts? @Adobe Fonts (previously known as Adobe Typekit) is free to use and offers thousands of fonts to anyone with an Adobe Creative Cloud subscription.
The only problem — how do you know which one to use? It’s hard to tell which are right for you. Navigating fonts and making a decision can be overwhelming, so I’ve done the work for you. They’re super easy to use on any website — just paste the embed code into the header of your HTML.
All of these typefaces and more are free to download from fonts.adobe.com with an Adobe membership. This is my personal list of sans-serifs based on style, quality, and versatility of use.
1. Futura PT by @paratype by Paul Renner. From Paratype.
2. Franklin Gothic URW by Morris Fuller Benton. From URW++
3. URW Din by Albert-Jan Pool. From URW++
4. Neue Haas Grotesk by Christian Schwartz. From @bymonotype
5. Proxima Nova by Mark Simonson Studio
6. Hayward Display by Eben Sorkin, Joshua Darden, and Lucas Sharp. From @dardenstudiofonts
7. IBM Plex Sans by Mike Abbink, Paul van der Laan, and Pieter van Rosmalen. From @ibm
8. Gibson by Kevin King, Patrick Griffin, and Rod McDonald. From Canada Type
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