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Looking for free sans serif fonts for your new project? A sans serif, as you may know is a font which does not have extending features called “serifs” at the end of strokes. These fonts are perfect to give your next design project a modern touch. In this compilation, we are presenting a list of free sans serif fonts that you can freely use in your design projects. These fonts are free for commercial use (please double-check the license before using). So go ahead and find the perfect font for your design.
Averta (Demo Version – 2 Free Weights)
Averta is a geometric sans serif family made by the award-winning designer Kostas Bartsokas. The typeface has a simple, yet appealing, personality. The full version comes in eight weights with matching italics and large language support over two hundred languages. Price: Free (Demo Version)
Vision is a clean, geo-humanist sans Font family of 12 fonts, it’s design started as an exploration of geometric forms from early 20th century lissitzky’s prouns, perfect for display and small text, it’s born to be versatile, a clear and modern Font with great legibility in large and short texts. Price: Free
Fivo Sans Modern is an eye-catching display version of Fivo Sans. With its extremely huge ink traps Fivo Sans Modern is good for headlines, posters, logotypes, covers and other cases when you need big heavy letters and nowadays feel. Price: Free
Signika is a sans-serif with a gentle character, developed for wayfinding, signage, and other media where clarity of information is required. It has a low contrast and tall x-height to improve readability of texts in small sizes as well as in large distances from the reader. The typeface comes with a wide character set supporting most of the Eurpoean languages, small caps, pictograms and arrows. Price: Free
Orkney is a geometric typeface designed and conceptualised by Samuel Oakes & Alfredo Marco Pradil. The goal in creating the typeface was to have a unique yet functional typeface that can be used for a wide variety of projects on print or screen. Price: Free
Clinton is a neutral typeface that had great clarity in its form, and ideal for wide variety of signage. Clinton contains ingredients like horizontal terminals and uniform widths. Hence, Clinton comes in a highly functional and flexible font. This family has a tall x-height, which makes it Price: Free
Atiba is a free font that aims to combine perfect geometric curves with solid straight lines. Use Atiba in your personal and commercial work to create a sportive, energetic and timeless look. Price: Free