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Free Fonts Editors

free font creation software
Create your own fonts with these free font editors
There are tens of thousands of different fonts out there to choose from, some free, some not, some great, some not so great but even with all this choice sometimes it still isn't enough to find the one that is just right for your design project. Well don't worry, all that means is that you need to go and create your own perfect font, one that is just right for you. As always we have done the hard work for you in finding the top ten free font editors to allow you to create your own font for free.

Coding Custom Fonts

coding custom web fonts
Learn how to easily put custom fonts on your website

The Issue...

Different computers with different operating systems means different pre-installed fonts. Obvious enough I suppose, but what web designers can often overlook is how this will effect their designs. There is amazingly no single font that is guaranteed to be available on every computer. Yes, really, not one.

So already you can see how problems with incorrect font display can arise. When creating a website you must strongly consider which font you will use as it has a huge impact on the overall style of the website. What I mean is that when someone accesses your website, they are not guaranteed to see the fonts on it as you intended, unless of course you use one of the methods outlined below. As always these methods won't cost you a thing - we are called Free Design Stuff after all.

Free Fonts

best free fonts for download
Download thousands of great fonts for free
A great font can make a huge difference in a design project, it can grab the viewers attention, relate the theme or topic of a design and most importantly set the design apart form the humdrum everyday stock style design templates which so many "designs" too often portray.