There are many fonts out there known for their quality, legibility, versatility, and styles and weights. Many of them come from the circle of sans-serif fonts. Below are the 10 Best Sans-Serif Web Fonts you would surely love.

Open Sans

Open Sans

Topping the “10 Best Sans-Serif Web Fonts” list is Open Sans. It comes in ten (10) diverse styles, from light to extra bold. The font is very simple, minimal, professional, and clean, yet it creates an air of excitement. It has many delicate characteristics such as the capital “J” with a descender that goes beyond the baseline. Open Sans looks perfect in extra bold variation.

Roboto

Roboto

Second is Roboto. It comes in 12 styles with weights ranging from extra thin to ultra-bold. The font is very contemporary and basically combines the finest aspects of classic fonts such as Helvetica, Arial, and Universe. It is somewhat condensed to allow more characters per line.

Lato

Lato

Third in the “10 Best Sans-Serif Web Fonts” list is Lato.  It consists of 10 styles and goes from thin all the way to ultra-bold. The letters in Lato have some exceptional curves which can only be seen in bigger sizes.

PT Sans

PT Sans

Fourth is PT Sans. It comes in 4 styles, normal and bold and italic versions of each. PT Sans has some rhythmic characteristics such as the capital Q’s tail, which sits outside the letter and it makes the letter appear more vibrant.

Source Sans Pro

Source Sans Pro

Fifth in the “10 Best Sans-Serif Web Fonts” list is Source Sans Pro. It comes in an enormous 12 distinctive styles with weights from extra-light to ultra-bold. Tagged as the most professional among the sans-serif fonts, Source Sans Pro works in almost every situation and it keeps legibility with every size.

Exo

Exo

Sixth is Exo. It is a modern-day symmetrical font family designed by Natanael Gama. This font has 18 styles so that you have a bunch of weights to choose from. This will surely be your solution for your perfect weight search. You may have a hard time reading Exo when it is small and that is partially because it has many curves and shapes in its letterforms. But still, Exo is a great choice for you.

Exo 2

Exo 2

Seventh is Exo 2. It is the subsequent version of the original Exo font. Compared to the original, it is a lot clearer at smaller sizes. So if you are planning on using the font in the body copy, Exo 2 is unquestionably a better solution. Exo 2 achieves the enhanced legibility by eliminating many of the fine niceties which exist in the original Exo.

Ubuntu

Ubuntu

Eighth is Ubuntu. It is a humanist-style font that is popular for being very curved and peculiar. The curves in most characters meet the stem directly at the end so there is no single sign of any serif or ear. It has 8 styles with weights from light to bold.

Istok Web

Istok Web

Ninth is Istok Web.It  includes only normal, bold, and italic version of each weight. It is a minimal yet professional typeface which looks great whether it is  large or small and keeps legibility well.

Nobile

Nobile

Tenth is Nobile. It comes in only 2 weights and 4 styles, but it still is one of those various spectacular fonts. It was designed by Vernon Adams and has a pretty tall x-height which can be read incredibly well at small sizes.

Having known the 10 Best Sans-Serif Web Fonts, you are now free to choose whatever among these ten you would want to use on your designs.

10 Best Sans-Serif Web Fonts0Jennifer Sandra2014-11-06 05:00:05There are many fonts out there known for their quality, legibility, versatility, and styles and weights. Many of them come from the circle of sans-ser…