Sans Serif fonts

In typography, a Serif is a small flick or stroke on the end of the main lines of a letter. Sans-Serif is when a typeface does not have any of these embellishments. With the rise of the digital age, and higher resolution displays, we are seeing a shift taking place with many brands opting to ditch their outdated serif logos and replacing them with more modern, sleek looking sans-serif fonts. Google and Yahoo are two big players that have made the switch in recent years. These clean, beautiful and curvaceous designs bring a breath of fresh air to your work, giving your reader an unobtrusive experience. To get started with your new free contemporary font, click download to the right of your favourite design. All fonts are Mac and PC compatible and work with several innovative graphic design programs. Perfect for websites, blog posts and essays.
GoGo Poster Punch font by Darrell Flood
a Big Deal font by wep
A Atomic Md font by wep
Boris Black Bloxx font by Manfred Klein
Andersans font by Geronimo
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Big Noodle Titling font by Sentinel Type
Abstrec font TFB font by zanatlija
Coolvetica font by Typodermic Fonts
Bebas Neue font by Dharma Type
Adlinnaka font by Harmnessless Type
Vazari Sans Serif font by Felipe Zveibil Fisman
Budokan Rounded font by HENRIavecunK
Geometos font by Deepak Dogra
Jambetica font by Jambo! Fonts & Design
Champagne and Limousines font by Lauren Thompson
Qualy font by Creative Killer
Elkwood font by - SickCapital
Neutro font by Typologic
Ardeco font by Jovanny Lemonad