35 Professional Clean Fonts For Your Designs

Jun 18 2010 by Tomas Laurinavicius | 38 Comments

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Typography plays an important role in graphic and web design. Everybody likes clean and professional-looking work and the correctly chosen fonts can help you to make your design work more attractive. These 35 clean and professional fonts will help you to achieve simple and design results.

Important: You should read the license of each font before using them in your designs. In some cases, you have to attribute the font designer or meet specific requirements for you to use the font for commercial purposes.

If you need more fonts to look at and download, check out our other collections:

1. Ingleby

Ingleby

2. Circula

Circula

3. Sertig

Sertig

4. Acid

Acid

5. Apogee

Apogee

6. Kaffeesatz

Kaffeesatz

7. Mank Sans

Mank Sans

8. Prociono

Prociono

9. Jura

Jura

10. CREW 36

CREW 36

11. Motoplatio

Motoplatio

12. Adelle

Adelle

13. Raleway

Raleway

14. Steiner

Steiner

15. Existence Light

Existence Light

16. Otari

Otari

17. Merge

Merge

18. Tuffy

Tuffy

19. Holla

Holla

20. Sonrisa

Sonrisa

21. Gnuolane

Gnuolane

22. AlexandriaFLF

AlexandriaFLF

23. Snickles

Snickles

24. Hattori Hanzo

Hattori Hanzo

25. DISCO

DISCO

26. Colaborate

Colaborate

27. Surface

Surface

28. Sansation

Sansation

29. Bebas

Bebas

30. Franchise

Franchise

31. League Gothic

League Gothic

32. Champagne & Limousines

Champagne & Limousines

33. Garton

Garton

34. Wendelin

Wendelin

35. Tertre

Tertre

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Tomas Laurinavičius is a blogger and designer from Lithuania who’s currently studying Multimedia Design & Communication in Denmark. Check his work at his personal portfolio site and follow him on Twitter.

38 Comments

Matthew Heidenreich

June 18th, 2010

otari and surface caught my eye. Thanks!

Tim Sklyarov

June 18th, 2010

Kaffeesatz is great. Google API has it, and you can embed it on any website.

Zlatan Halilovic

June 18th, 2010

Garton is pretty cool. I might use it in my next project.

Rebecca

June 18th, 2010

That is a nice list. There are several I haven’t seen before.

Doug S.

June 18th, 2010

A few of these fonts are not for commercial use. I counted at least two, think it might have been three.

There are also a few with rather limited character sheets and I mean some pretty important ones like the # symbol.

Some of these are some rather good ones I’ve seen before but there are definitely a few duds thrown in there.

Multyshades

June 18th, 2010

Amazing collection, i have hundreds of fonts but this collection looks unique, thanks for share with us tomas

Derrick

June 18th, 2010

Thanks. Great list.

MD

Jon Aston

June 18th, 2010

Nice list – Thanks!

Some familiar, with many fresh faces.

Andi

June 18th, 2010

I like surface font.

Someic

June 18th, 2010

Beautiful fonts, thank you!

JonathanB

June 19th, 2010

Ty for sharing, great collection.
Love No. 17 Merge
:)

Web Risorsa

June 19th, 2010

Another usual post, but looks great. Also how about Google API. You can use them to any websites for different fonts.

andrei

June 19th, 2010

Diavlo Medium is also a good font. I’m using it in my post titles.

Lonn

June 19th, 2010

Thanks for this list. The problem that I have found in the past with font lists is that they are full of crazy or odd font faces that only apply to a small niche type of use.

The thing that I really like about this list was that the fonts were good enough to be used across a broad spectrum of sites, or other uses for that matter.

Eko Setiawan

June 19th, 2010

Nice collections, beautiful fonts
Thanks for share…

epicpo.st

June 20th, 2010

Thanks for this post. It’s exactly my style!

Rajeesh

June 21st, 2010

liked Hattori Hanzo very much

Jordan Walker

June 21st, 2010

Great list of fonts that represent professionalism.

Joe Valdez

June 21st, 2010

What a great collection, I’m definitely bookmarking these for future ideas. They all have a ‘professional’ feel to them too.

Jae Xavier

June 21st, 2010

Hatori Hanzo
Acid
Surface

Lovely fonts.

Mike

June 21st, 2010

Thanks, it’s so useful for me :)

Victoria Blount

June 22nd, 2010

Great selection of free font resources, thanks!

Aisha

June 23rd, 2010

Great list of fonts. Nice to see free ones there too! I’ve been using Nevis on my website for a while now, it’s a really nice font. Thanks.

David

June 23rd, 2010

Sertig, Mank Sans and Jura are particular favorites of mine, very clean and professional looking.

Typography is very important in any design, so thanks for providing a nice resource. Thanks for posting this…

Hesam

June 23rd, 2010

That was true of 14 fonts.
Grateful

Aisha

June 23rd, 2010

Great article! Would like to see more of this kind of stuff. It’s nice to get the basic idea on how different languages are written, definitely

SeraphimChris

June 23rd, 2010

I’m really feeling that Garton. Thanks for sharing.

DSM Design

June 25th, 2010

Love Kaffeesatz, Cheers!

Zapilian

July 1st, 2010

I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed your article. I really enjoy your site I’m currently 22, a college student, and quickly looking to develop myself on the web. I currently work at my university as the web designer and developer. I’m impressed with these resources and hope to discover more here in the future.

I just want to add another point of reference for typography is http://www.pilo.me – it is a quite remarkable typography forum where you can find free and exclusive typefaces. It is usually invite only, so if memberships are open, join while you can and be sure to contribute as the rules are a bit strict.

ivy

July 1st, 2010

very nice! thank U :)

Sertig

July 28th, 2010

Sertig already included (#3).

victor

September 4th, 2010

thanks!!!!

deniscure

September 13th, 2010

Thanks!

Asher

October 8th, 2010

very useful collection, thanks for sharing :)

kevinringli

November 9th, 2010

amazing collection, thanks for sharing =)

Curtis Scott

November 15th, 2010

Highly useful addition to my collection, thanks!

Jes

April 17th, 2011

I always found the licensing issue of commercial fonts more trouble than their worth. How exactly do you even remember who owns what when you use them.

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