There are a number of free fonts that are commonly used by professional designers. Today we are sharing with you some free fonts used by professional designers. There are 10 different typefaces and a total of 56 fonts all of which are free for commercial use and which are going to make your clients smile.

Free fonts can be a great way to save time and money when creating your own designs. They are often easy to use and can be customized to create unique looks for your own projects.

These professional fonts can make a big difference in the overall look and feel of your design.

Check Out Below Some Free Fonts Used By Professional Designers.

Copenhagen Grotesque Nova

Copenhagen Grotesque Nova

Starting with Copenhagen grotesque nova 2019 this is an improved version of a 2015 typeface. It’s a clean and refined sans serif solution with moderate ascenders and descenders.

It’s one of those typefaces that you can use on body texts but is also very easy on main headings.

Spartan – Free Modern Geometric Font Family

Spartan - Free Modern Geometric Font Family

Next is a family download of spartan which comes in seven different fonts. Now spartan Mb is another improved design this time from the original league 
spartan was only available in one weight bold.

However, now we have seven fonts and some slight adjustments and this is another very clean and very easy to use sans serif solution it’s a must to download for things like branding, logo designing, and also print design in general.

Alegre Sans – Free Condensed Sans-Serif Typeface

Free Condensed Sans-Serif Typeface

Alegre is a lovely condensed typeface that is awesome for headings titles and also more traditional work. Now I’ve got a nice group of these typefaces along with babus Oswald and a few others and this one here today is going to go right into that collection.

However, it’s available in just one weight but still, it’s a true gem I could easily see this on an advert for Bacardi or tequila just has that traditional refined look.

Merriweather – Serif Font Family

Merriweather - Serif Font Family

Merriweather is a google font creation that is one of the cleanest and easiest to use serif typefaces out there and that’s of course for free coming With eight font choices.

We have a lot of scopes open to us as designers when using this typeface. The font looks great for the main body text on a magazine or even the heading of a magazine cover also the logotype of more serious and prestigious brands.

Kollektif Typeface Font

Kollektif Typeface Font

Kollektif is truly an awesome find coming in at four different font solutions. It looks trendy, modern, and also sleek it would be great for designs that want to express those emotions on things like posters, magazines, or maybe even logos for possible tech startups.

Orkney Geometric Typeface

Orkney Geometric Typeface

Orkney is another obscure find that I doubt many people have heard about before. It’s an open-source and geometric typeface designed with clarity and legibility in mind and it was created by Samuel oaks.

The goal in creating a typeface was to have a unique yet functional typeface that can be used for a wide variety of projects on print and screen. It comes in eight different font downloads as the family.

Dihjauti – A Modern Serif Font

A Modern Serif Font

Dihjauti is another stunningly good serif font family with eight fonts that 
oozes class and sophistication. This can only be used on designs that want to express everything luxurious, important, and expensive.

It can be used on short headings as well basically, this thing is very versatile, especially considering there are eight fonts to play with.

Cooper Hewitt – A Contemporary Sans Serif Font

A Contemporary Sans Serif Font

The cooper Hewitt is another open typeface download it’s a contemporary sans-serif design with characters composed of modified geometric curves and arches.

Gerbil Sans – Elegant Sans Serif Typeface

Elegant Sans Serif Typeface

Gerbil Sans is a cool little typeface that’s modern and trendy. The style of this typeface is playful and it correlates with current design trends that are more brutalist and experimental.

There are huge differences in the thickness of the letterforms and even areas such as the lowercase where there are large gaps of negative space.

There is a time and a place for this kind of typeface and that would be on headings or titles for designs trying to capture current design trends possibly like a bold and bright poster for example.

Paragon – Modern Vintage Style Serif Font

Modern Vintage Style Serif Font

paragon is a lovely serif typeface with beautifully crafted ball terminals. It’s a modern vintage-style serif a kind of revival of a typeface designed in 1935 by Chauncey h Griffith.

You can use this easily for body text but also possibly for headings too but like with any design make sure it expresses the right message that you want to capture in your design.