LiberatedType is an optimized display serif typeface designed by Matt Gilmour. The font has 24 markers to help users become more aware of their own writing, which will improve their accuracy and their efficiency. Of all of the fonts on the page, this is the one that we'd use most often. This is a detailed typeface that is sleek, yet not too busy.
Helvetica's history goes way back, with what is arguably one of the first 'typefaces' being designed by Max Miedinger in 1928. There's a reason it's been in continuous use since then, with over 100 different variants. Helvetica is a versatile, readable and popular family of typefaces. It's strong and regular and many times more readable than the vast majority of alternative families that the user is likely to be presented with. A font that's visually pleasing and ideal for text.
Reclamation is a bold serif with a hand-drawn aesthetic. It's spread out and loud, with 19 styles ranging from very thin to very wide. Reclamation is a font with a lot of personality and character, and it would work really well for headlines, and a couple of other things where a little bite is needed. In most situations, it doesn't really need to reproduce a lot of its sharp examples, so really, this is a font with an attitude and a function. In a couple of places, for instance around letter x, it's a really strong mark.
GON typography is a free font family designed for use in cinema, theatre and video games. It is a semi-serif with the same thickness on each line of its upper case designs, alongside accentuated strokes, beaky tops and rounded corners. It's a simple font with a lot of functionality, which is what makes it so flexible and user-friendly. d2c66b5586