Now we will see some outstanding premium fonts. Typography is important, it can make or break a good design. In my opinion the two factors that values them are readability and aesthetics.
If you have difficulties reading it´s a catastrophe and if it´s ugly it´s also a catastrophe.
A good font is maybe the most valuable tool a designer has. Here I bring you some of the freshest and most spectacular fonts in my opinion from MyFonts.com,
Here are some excellent premium fonts.
A font family inspired by the original Sans Serif fonts like Avant Garde or Futura, but with a modern twist. It is clean, elegant and straight-to-the-point. Code font is applicable for any type of graphic design—web, print, motion graphics, etc.—and perfect for t-shirts and other items like posters and logos.
The idea for Cambalache was conceived back in 2008 and was to create a geometrical font based on tangential modules into structure. The serif would be arranged, looking to approach to the lettering shapes. The creative concept has a feel from the mid-30s of last century, reaching a taste of retro and vintage style.
Smashing is a stout typeface, with a twist. It’s a massive all-caps font with bouncing glyphs, positively bold yet quite good-humoured. Its upper and lower case slots stores different lettershapes, providing handy options to choose from.
When working with OpenType savvy applications you can turn on the contextual alternates feature to instantly get alternating glyphs, which add spontaneity to your artwork and prevent neighbour double letters from using the same glyph. Also try the discretionary ligatures feature to get some cool interlocking pairs.
Named after its place of birth, Brunswick (Melbourne, Australia), this black display face builds upon the rich heritage of Cooper Black whilst minimizing the more cartoon-like aspects of the original and basing it on a very sturdy broad serif. With its solidity responding well to tight kerning, Brunswick Black features not only small caps but also petite caps.
Prompted initially by commercial lettering and landmarks of the ’20s and ’30s, David Jonathan Ross fused a high-contrast style with a rationalized structure of flattened curves and wide-open apertures to devise this glimmering sans-serif family with slight Deco undertones. Condor has an unusually broad wingspan: from taut, compact weights that flaunt their athletic energy to bright, airy styles that radiate luxuriously.
Wausau is a distressed shadowed serif from Yellow Design Studio with a massive selection of alternate characters and ornaments. Features include a complete set of ornamental caps and double-letter ligatures to eliminate duplicate distressing in adjacent characters.
Polyspring is a handcrafted serif display font, with a cool flowery flair.It was hand-drawn based on Italia Condensed typeface from Keystone Foundry from circa 1906. Loaded with stylish ornaments and flourishing alternates for all its letters and numbers, this font is a terrific toolbox for display purposes.
Yet, it has the superpower of changing the first and last letters in words to its germinated alternates at the click of a button, thanks to the smart OpenType programming.