Hello Developers, today I am going to show some of the Best Google Fonts that can make your site title/headings more attention for your readers. You can think that you may know lot of google fonts, but I am going to share some selective google fonts which won’t end any time and I am damp sure you are going to confuse to select googe fonts directly in google web fonts site.
Why to use Google Fonts?
I am not going to say it in a paragraph format; rather I am picking a selected point below,
- It’s very easy to implement and supports major browsers
- They are unique and reliable by Google Servers
- No Licensing Issues
- Downloadable to use in print
- N number of fonts
For the last point mentioned above, Note: There are lot of fonts in Google, so keeping that in mind I planned you developers to choose the Best Google Heading Fonts and here is the time,
Google Heading Fonts
Merriweather is a font introduced by Eben Sorkin with a text face that is pleasant to read on screens. Finally it has been upgraded with lots of features and finally it supports Cyrillic for improved screen renderings. Have a look over it and if you love choose as your heading font.
Montserrat is a font introduced by Julieta Ulanovsky with traditional urgan typography and is a reguarl family with two sister families. Letterforms are actually different and special in one of the sister family. Have a look over it and if you love choose as your heading font.
Roboto Slab is a font introduced by Christian Robertson with a large geometric skeleton effect. But at the same time they have an open curve that makes more natural reading rhythms.
Droid Serif is a font introduced by Steve Matteson which was designed for comfortable reading on the screen over many browsers. As a Droid Serif family, it has four fonts: Regular, Italic, and Bold & Bold Italic.
Open Sans is another great and simple humanist font designed by Steve Matteson and it was greatly optimized for print, web, mobile interfaces and excellent characteristics in letterforms.
Playfair Display is a traditional font designed by Claus Eggers Sorensen and it is so polish which supports all European languages using the latin scripts.
Raleway font has a great spacing and kerning look and it has an elegant sans-serif typeface family designed by multiple designers. But it was initially designed by Matt Mclnerney.
Lato font is an extended Latin subset font to render all type of European languages and it was designed by Lukasz Dziedzic.
Roboto Condensed font was same as Roboto Slab font and was designed by the same designer.
Bree Serif is a tasty font with serif style and its one of my favorite font family because of charming appearance and versatility. It was designed by Veronika Burian and Jose Scaglione.
PT Serif, PT represents to ParaType and was developed by Public Types of the Russian Federation and the font includes Standard Western, Central European and Cyrillic Code. This font was mainly designed for Russian Peoples who can read and write in their native languages.
Oswald, Vernon Adams a designer who have been re-drawn and reformed this font to better fit the pixel grid of standard digital screens and it’s also a good font which was widely used by many developers to support the web browsers.
Josefin Sans is a font designed by Santiago Orozco completely re-designed with Extended Latin support for many European Languages.
Oleo Script is a flowy typography context including captions, headlines, packages, invitations, cards, posters, advertising, greeting cards and book jackets.
Arvo is a geometric Slab-Serif font suited for all type of browsers and font family includes 4 cuts: Roman, Italic, Roman Bold, and Bold Italic.