What are the best free fonts for branding your logo?
Last week I made a new design for my blog’s header and logo. Have you noticed that?
Picking up new fonts is my favorite part of designing WordPress Themes. I could spend a whole day just browsing all free fonts and trying to pick which one I will use.
In June, I’ve been thinking to change something about my website. I want to give a new look – something new to my audiences. So I spend almost 3-4 hours creating a new header and logo. They’re really important parts of branding your website.
I’ve realized how much I love a good collection of free fonts for commercial use. I thought I’d create a new one with lots of new free fonts for you to download and use to brand your website. You can use them for logos, headers, branding for clients, mugs, stationery, t-shirt designs, or anything else you are planning to create.
I’ve talked about creating your blog’s color scheme or palette back in 2020. Now, fonts are easier to use and purchase. There are thousands of fonts you can choose from – even you can find free fonts for commercial use.
I know how frustrating it can be to find and download a “free font” then realize afterward that you can’t actually use it in your products to sell. So I thought this could be a helpful post if you want to know where to find free fonts for commercial use.
These fonts could be very useful if you’re starting your own creative business or want to make yourself look like a professional blogger, so I suggest you download all your favorites and keep them in separate folders on your computer.
I wanted to include fonts that were more on the fancy side than plain in this collection, so I searched for brush script, handwritten, and calligraphy fonts, including all the very best ones I could find.
One thing to keep in mind with these fonts is that you definitely can’t resell them. They are still the property of their owners (who deserve a lot of praise for being so generous). You can use the fonts in the design of items you’re using or selling (t-shirt print, eBook cover, logo, business card), however, you can’t resell the individual font files to anyone.
FREE FONTS FOR COMMERCIAL USE
How To Use:
- You need to create an account in order to download the fonts. The login to your account.
- Click on the name of the font you’d like to download from the list above.
- Click on “download free now”.
- Once the file has downloaded, drag it onto your desktop.
- Open the folder you’ve placed the font in, right click on the font file and click “Install”.
*Disclaimer: Don’t forget to download before the timer hits zero as each free design is available for JUST 7 days. At the time of posting, all fonts linked in this post are listed as free for commercial use.