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25+ Best Slab Serif Fonts of 2016

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Slab serif fonts can be used for a vari­ety of pur­poses, ran­ging from gen­er­al body text, to head­lines, to dis­play copy. It’s a typo­graphy vari­ant that has been used widely for digit­al as well as print pur­poses, and devices such as Amazon Kindle even use a slab serif as their default font.»

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40 Free Serif Fonts for Digital Designers

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«Hav­ing an arsen­al of qual­ity fonts is essen­tial for web and graph­ic design­ers. In this post we’ll fea­ture 40 free serif fonts made for web and graph­ic design pro­jects. Browse through these fea­tured fonts and click on any of the thumb­nails be led to the font source for down­load.»

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10 free templates & mockups for creating awesome logo designs

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«As graph­ic design­ers, you prob­ably have to design logos from time to time. If it’s not your core activ­ity, may­be a few tools will help you to quickly cre­ate mockups of logos.»

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35 Serif Fonts For Designers

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«Typefaces are often described as being serif or sans serif (without serifs). Serifs are small dec­or­at­ive lines added as embel­lish­ment to the basic form of a char­ac­ter. For example, the most com­mon serif typeface is Times New Roman and a com­mon sans serif typeface is Hel­vetica.»

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A Sans Serif Fonts List Containing Top Modern Fonts

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«One of the more pop­ular, yet mod­ern, form of typefaces is the sans serif style. The term “sans serif” is gen­er­ally defined as a font style in which there are no strokes at the ends of let­ters that are used.»

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10 Free Sans Serif Fonts Everyone Should Have10 Free Sans Serif Fonts Everyone Should Have

10 Free Sans Serif Fonts Everyone Should Have 

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Sans serif fonts are great because of their ver­sat­il­ity. They can be used in vir­tu­ally any con­text. It nev­er hurts to have a lot of them at your dis­pos­al. »

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20 Free Sans Serif Fonts Every Designer Should Have20 Free Sans Serif Fonts Every Designer Should Have

20 Free Sans Serif Fonts Every Designer Should Have 

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Sans serif fonts are sim­pler and more con­tem­por­ary com­pared to your clas­sic­al serif fonts. Some well-known examples of sans serifs are Arial, Hel­vetica, and Frank­lin Goth­ic. »

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15 Free Superb Sans-Serif Fonts For Designers15 Free Superb Sans-Serif Fonts For Designers

15 Free Superb Sans-Serif Fonts For Designers 

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Typo­graphy is an integ­ral part of any design, be it a web design or a print design. Right selec­tion of fonts can cre­ate huge dif­fer­ence and can make your design look out­stand­ing and visu­ally more appeal­ing. »

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Top 30 Best Sans Serif FontsTop 30 Best Sans Serif Fonts

Top 30 Best Sans Serif Fonts 

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Look­ing for the best sans serif font col­lec­tion for your text con­tents and lay­outs? Here is a list of the top 30 most fam­ous sans serif fonts »

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Perfect web typography with slab-serifsPerfect web typography with slab-serifs

Perfect web typography with slab-serifs 

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Con­ven­tion­al wis­dom states that body text bene­fits most from being set in a serif font because the serifs cre­ate a path for the eye to fol­low along a line and down to the next. »

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