80 classic and good typefaces a designer should have?

Classic Typefaces

Classics of typography in a brief overview. You will find even more traditional typefaces on the site 100 Best Fonts, including history, development and related information.

1. Helvetica

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2. Helvetica Neue

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3. Univers

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4. Frutiger

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5. Avenir

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6. Myriad Pro

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7. Neuzeit

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8. Syntax

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9. Proxima Nova

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10. Proxima Sans

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11. Glasgow

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12. Charlotte Sans

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13. Precious Sans

Precious Sans

Precious Sans

14. Gill Sans

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15. Lisboa

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16. Franklin Gothic

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17. Futura

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18. EF TV Nord 1

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19. FF Scala

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20. Rockwell

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21. Eurostile

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22. Warnock

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23. FF DIN

FF DIN

24. FF Meta

FF Meta

FF Meta

25. Officina

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26. FF Dax

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27. DF Dynasty

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28. Akzidenz-Grotesk

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29. AG Book

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30. Precious Serif

Precious Serif

Further Typefaces

The fonts listed below aren’t so well-known. Thus you can use them for unique corporate identity or user interfaces which are supposed to have a “fresh” look.

31. Locator

Locator

ProcessTypeFoundry

32. Seravek

Seravek

ProcessTypeFoundry

33. FF Kievit

FF Kievit

FF Kievit

Source

34. Ronnia

Ronnia

Typetogether

35. Stella

Stella

Feliciano Type Foundry

36. Le Monde Courrier

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Le Monde Courrier, € 167.4 for 2 PCs

37. Parisine PTF

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Parisine PTF, € 210 for 8 PCs

38. Freight

Freight Sans

Source

39. Guardian

Guardian

Christian Schwartzl

40. Anomoly

Anomoly

41. PMN Caecilia

PMN Caecilia

PMN Caecilia

42. Leitura

Leitura

Source / DSType

43. The Mix

The Mix

Source

44. Stalemate

Stalemate

Stalemate

45. Neo Sans

Neo Sans

Source

46. Felbridge

Felbridge

Felbridge, £29.00 per font

47. Trade Gothic

Trade Gothic

48. Karmina

Karmina

Typetogether

49. FF Milo

FF Milo

FF Milo

Source: Typographica.org

50. Auto

Auto

Source

51. Soho

Soho

Source

52. Kepler

Kepler

Source

53. Depot

Depot

Chris Dickinson

54. Relato Sans

Relato Sans

Source

55. Priva Pro

Priva Pro

DSType

56. Relato Serif

Relato Serif

Source

57. Alber

Alber

Chris Dickinson

58. Palatino Sans & Informal

Palatino Sans Informal

Source

59. Fedra Sans

Fedra Sans

Source

60. Olga

Olga

Source

61. Depot

Depot

Chris Dickinson

62. Priva Pro

Priva Pro

DSType

63. Whitman

Whitman

Source

64. Productus

Productus

Source

65. Tempelhof

Tempelhof

Günter Schwarzmaier

66. Amira

Amira

Source

67. Krart

Krart

Source

68. Tang

Tang

Source

69. Dederon Sans

Dederon Sans

Source

70. Samuels Family

Samuels Family

(Images: MyFonts Newsletter)

71. Untitled

Untitled

Source

72. Greta Text

Greta Text

Source

73. FF Sanuk

FF Sanuk

74. Houschka

Houschka

75. Scene

Scene

Source

76. Amplitude

Amplitude

Source

77. Insider

Insider

Characters.nl

78. Preface

Preface

79. Flex

Flex

Source

80. Halvorsen

Halvorsen

Source

81. Xtra Sans

Xtra Sans

Source

Foretaste for one of our next posts:
The Future of Typography

82. Obliqua (in development)

Obliqua

Source

83. Muestra Urbana (in development)

Muestra Urbana

Source

83. Wingardium

Wingardium

Source

84. Tauran Regular

Tauran Regular

Source

85. Mello Sans

Mello Sans

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