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21 Most Popular Sans-Serif Latin Fonts



21 Most Popular Sans-Serif Latin FontsDid you know that lately lots of web developers are using Google’s Font Directory to find the Clean, Beautiful, Professional, and Unique font for their websites, blogs, and other projects. Then they connect the chosen font to their CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) file using the Google Font API (Application Programming Interface) which will display the specific font on their Websites, Blogs, or Other projects without worrying about what kind of the font the user’s computer will allow to show. I don’t know about you but I think it’s Awesome.

The Free Fonts on the Google’s Font directory are freely available for people to use on their websites under an open source license, and they are served by Google Servers. So far Google have been doing really good on improving the performance of their Font Directory, and they still keep on optimizing whatever they can to better serve their Font users. At the same time they gave these recommendations on how YOU can optimize and improve the performance of the Google Font in your projects, websites, and blogs. Here is the list:

1. Combine multiple fonts into one request.
2. Don’t put the @import in an external CSS.
3. Put the font request early.
4. Don’t ask for fonts you don’t use.
5. Use tools to analyze your page’s performance.

To see more details about this optimization list, go directly to Google’s Web Font Blog Post. Also, just so you know, Google fonts are now able to work on some major mobile devices like Android 2.2+, iPhone, and iPad. Another awesome part that Google created with their Google Font directory is that you can Submit Your Own Font to them. At the same time you can submit your personal info like an URL with information about your font which will most likely bring traffic to your website, profile, blog, or whatever that specific page may be to where you provided the link to. So, what are you waiting for, scroll down this page, and see what font you like, and use it, and then let us know in the comment section below if you like the way your font looks and works on your website or blog.

1. – Droid Sans Font by Steve Matteson
Free Google Font Droid Sans

2. – Yanone Kaffeesatz Font by Yanone
Free Google Font Yanone Kaffeesatz

3. – Nobile Font by Vernon Adams
Free Google Font Nobile

4. – PT Sans Font by multiple designers
Free Google Font PT Sans

5. – Molengo Font by Denis Jacquerye
Free Google Font Molengo

6. – Cantarell Font by Dave Crossland
Free Google Font Cantarell

7. – Inconsolata Font by Raph Levien
Free Google Font Inconsolata

8. – Geo Font by Ben Weiner
Free Google Font Geo

9. – Droid Sans Mono Font by Steve Matteson
Free Google Font Droid Sans Mono

10. – Cuprum Font by Jovanny Lemonad
Free Google Font Cuprum

11. – Josefin Sans Font by Santiago Orozco
Free Google Font Josefin Sans

12. – Arimo Font by Steve Matteson
Free Google Font Arimo

13. – Raleway Font by Matt Mclnerney
Free Google Font Raleway

14. – Allerta Font by Matt Mclnerney
Free Google Font Allerta

15. – Allerta Stencil Font by Matt Mclnerney
Free Google Font Allerta Stencil

16. – Puritan Font by Ben Weiner
Free Google Font Puritan

17. – Lato Font by Lukasz Dziedzic
Free Google Font Lato

18. – Coda Font by Vernon Adams
Free Google Font Coda

19. – Orbitron Font by Matt Mclnerney
Free Google Font Orbitron

20. – Syncopate Font by Brian J. Bonislawsky
Free Google Font Syncopate

21. – Anonymous Pro Font by Mark Simonson
Free Google Font Anonymous Pro

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If you’d like to learn more about Fonts and Typography, then I recommend the Awesome Books below :)

Thinking with Type, 2nd revised and expanded edition: A Critical Guide for Designers, Writers, Editors, & Students
Thinking with Type, 2nd revised and expanded edition: A Critical Guide for Designers, Writers, Editors, & Students
Typography Essentials: 100 Design Principles for Working with Type
Typography Essentials: 100 Design Principles for Working with Type
InDesign Type: Professional Typography with Adobe InDesign (2nd Edition)
InDesign Type: Professional Typography with Adobe InDesign (2nd Edition)
1,000 Type Treatments: From Script to Serif, Letterforms Used to Perfection
1,000 Type Treatments: From Script to Serif, Letterforms Used to Perfection
Designing with Type, 5th Edition: The Essential Guide to Typography
Designing with Type, 5th Edition: The Essential Guide to Typography
The Elements of Typographic Style
The Elements of Typographic Style
1000 Fonts
1000 Fonts
Just My Type: A Book About Fonts
Just My Type: A Book About Fonts

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