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TO CHOOSE FONTS
FOR A PRESENTATION
RESOURCES
FREE11
Font
Squirrel
Font Squirrel scours the internet
in search of free, highest-quality,
designer-friendly, commercial-
use fon...
Dafont lists hundreds of
excellent text fonts which can 

be downloaded for free. Browse
by alphabetical listing, by style...
Urban Fonts is a collection 

of over 8000 freeware fonts 

that are tagged and searchable.
Each font has a preview of all...
Type any word to see how it
would look in a particular font.
You can preview the fonts on
black background or black-

on-w...
WhatTheFont is your number
one spot for identifying fonts.
You can either upload an image
or specify an image URL, the
too...
Fount will tell you which web
font in your font-stack you are
actually seeing – not just what 

is supposed to be seen. It...
WhatFont is the easiest way 

to find out the fonts used in 

a webpage. With this extension,
you could inspect web fonts ...
Identifont is an online tool that
will give you a set of questions
on key features of the font, you
can choose from given ...
Explore fonts within 

a website, try and download
them. Fontface Ninja is free
new plugin you can install 

in your brows...
WhatFontis is an online tool 

that can identify a font from 

an image of the text that you
upload to the site. It also g...
Typophile is a community
of font-experts. You can post
your image containing the text
to get a reply from experts
about th...
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11 free resources to choose fonts for a presentation

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No more Comic Sans and Times New Roman, please! Find awesome fonts with 11 free web-resources presented by esPrezo. Let's get rid of terrible presentations!

1. Font Squirrel - http://www.fontsquirrel.com/
2. Dafont - http://www.dafont.com/
3. Urbanfonts - http://www.urbanfonts.com/
4. WordMark - http://wordmark.it/
5. WhatTheFont - https://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/
6. Fount - http://fount.artequalswork.com/
7. WhatFont - http://chengyinliu.com/whatfont.html
8. Identifont - http://www.identifont.com/
9. FontfaceNinja - http://fontface.ninja/
10. WhatFontIs - http://www.whatfontis.com/
11. Typophile - http://www.typophile.com/

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11 free resources to choose fonts for a presentation

  1. 1. TO CHOOSE FONTS FOR A PRESENTATION RESOURCES FREE11
  2. 2. Font Squirrel Font Squirrel scours the internet in search of free, highest-quality, designer-friendly, commercial- use fonts and presents them for easy downloading.
  3. 3. Dafont lists hundreds of excellent text fonts which can 
 be downloaded for free. Browse by alphabetical listing, by style, by author or by popularity. All the modern, classic and trendy fonts can be found there. dafont
  4. 4. Urban Fonts is a collection 
 of over 8000 freeware fonts 
 that are tagged and searchable. Each font has a preview of all the characters so you can see what they look like before downloading it. Urban fonts Click on the image to open a website
  5. 5. Type any word to see how it would look in a particular font. You can preview the fonts on black background or black-
 on-white. You can also increase 
 or decrease the size of the font with a single click and isolate any number of fonts by selecting them. word mark Click on the image to open a website
  6. 6. WhatTheFont is your number one spot for identifying fonts. You can either upload an image or specify an image URL, the tool will analyze the image and return the closest match from its database. You can then download them for using. What thefont Click on the image to open a website
  7. 7. Fount will tell you which web font in your font-stack you are actually seeing – not just what 
 is supposed to be seen. It’ll also tell you the font size, weight, 
 and style. Fount works in Safari, Chrome, Firefox, and IE8+ FOUNT Click on the image to open a website
  8. 8. WhatFont is the easiest way 
 to find out the fonts used in 
 a webpage. With this extension, you could inspect web fonts by just hovering on them. It is that simple and elegant. It also detects the services used 
 for serving the web fonts. what font Click on the image to open a website
  9. 9. Identifont is an online tool that will give you a set of questions on key features of the font, you can choose from given options to describe your font in the best way. It will identify the font based on your answers. Identi font Click on the image to open a website
  10. 10. Explore fonts within 
 a website, try and download them. Fontface Ninja is free new plugin you can install 
 in your browser (Chrome 
 & Safari), very easy and quick to use, within nice design and cool functionalities. Fontface ninja Click on the image to open a website
  11. 11. WhatFontis is an online tool 
 that can identify a font from 
 an image of the text that you upload to the site. It also gives you an option to use an image editor for clipping the text online. What Fontis Click on the image to open a website
  12. 12. Typophile is a community of font-experts. You can post your image containing the text to get a reply from experts about the font being used. Typo phile Click on the image to open a website
  13. 13. www.esprezo.ru Share itLike it Click on the image to open a presentation Check out our latest presentations

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