18 Great Free Fonts For Logo Design Branding

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A collection of 18 free fonts which you can use within logo design branding. If your working on a personal project or a design project with a small budget, this article is perfect because it contains all the best free fonts for you to use.

 

1. Arcus

typesetting

2. SD Georgia Light Font

sd-gorgia

3. Dalle™ Typeface

dale

4. Cabin Font

cabinfont

5. Designosaur

dionasour

6. Danger

dionasour

7. Camisado

camisado

8. Melbourne

melbourne

9. Codelight

code-light

10. Fabrica

fabrica

11. Minaeff Ect

mineaff

12. Mr Jones

hamburgers

13. collator

collaborate

14. Ferum

ferum

15. Elega

elega-rounded

16. Sansus Webissimo

sanus

17. Springsteel

pressure

18. Bebas Neue

beabus

 

 

 

 

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  • http://des.igner.co.uk Phil

    Hey,

    Thanks for these, some nice fonts there that will come in handy! :)

  • http://www.webdesignreview.co.uk haris awais

    elega rounded would be the font of my website’s logo , awesome font design love it ,seems like truly build for my businessbrand

  • jack hill

    code light is a nice font design from above , it would look perfect for business logos

  • Harira Ijaz

    springsteel is a great and beautiful font design, i will try to copy it for my magazine design

  • Lisa Anderson

    I honestly believe when doing a logo or web design and using fonts it should be simplistic.

    • Mark

      Yes Lisa I really agree with this. The fonts are so important. Take a look at the clever way its is done on http://websitedesign.leeds.guru, normally Id stay away from big bold fonts, but the small Leeds web design company make it work on their site. I have seen a few others like this too. Its good how they get them to work on mobiles too, where the text adjusts size automatically. I just wish I could build websites myself :)

  • Jason Marnie

    I find if logos and fonts are too ‘in your face’ is hugely off putting for a client depending on the website and the context of course.