It seems like half of the sites on the web are using webfont services these days. While font services are hugely popular (thanks mainly to the widespread support of the @font-face CSS property), it’s often difficult to choose a font, a font service, or more generally, whether or not to use a specialized font at all.
You might be just getting around to using webfonts, or perhaps you’re looking to expand your font options. Because of font licensing issues, not even popular one-stop shops like Typekit can offer comprehensive access to the webfonts available. So, you may want to explore several font services to garner a wide and diverse selection of fonts fitting for any web project. Here are ten places you should look for both free and premium webfonts.
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