Top alternatives for FontBase 2.0
Dank Mono is the coding font you want. Designed for aesthetes with code and Retina displays in mind. Delightful ligatures and an italic variant.
Contrary to other views, I'm happy to support this project and £40 really isn't much in that regard — not everything has to be open-source/f…See more
We scraped the top hunts. Which fonts and font combinations do they use?
* Lots of system fonts
* Lots of Google Fonts
* A long tail of the misspelled fonts
* Shockingly, no Comic Sans!
Finally, some websites use Helvetica and Arial on the same page which raises the question of *font shaming*, a term coined by @tylerlastovich
Brand New Roman is a font made up entirely of brand logos.
Each letter and number draws from a corporate logo, and much of the branding will be instantly recognizable for many of us, highlighting just how ingrained these companies are in our day-to-day lives.
Times Newer Roman is just like Times New Roman, but it’s 5% - 10% wider, giving students a massive (and undetectable) leg up in the eternal battle against essay page requirements. Try it out!
Not only does it increase space but it is easier on your eyes. 11/10 recommend
Typeface is a wonderful font manager for macOS that helps you pick the perfect type for your designs. A minimal interface and total focus on your fonts makes browsing your collection exciting and easy. And Typeface 2 lets you efficiently organize even the largest collections with new powerful font management features.
Parse Grotesk Mono is just the monospace font you didn’t know you wanted to spice up your IDE. Originally published as Dita Grotesk Mono, it has evolved into a far more sophisticated and classier version, with its glyphs completely reworked from the ground up.
Bored of your current monospace? Parse makes programming fun again.
- 1 review•FreemacOS Big Sur removed the option of disabling font smoothing in System Preferences. This tiny, free, open source app lets you easily adjust the level of font smoothing on your Mac, or disable it altogether, without needing to use a terminal.