When you blog, we always look for the best theme for our website as well as interesting and inviting contents to publish. Along the way, when you started to grow your audience and get focus on populating your posts, it is also very important to consider the presentation and appearance of your blog.
One of the important components that can help is the font you use on your header or title banner. This lets your followers coming back to read your blog posts because they remember it and talk about it.
As you can see in my header image, I am using the Another Typewriter typeface.
Fonts are life for your blog
I have decided to come up with this font because I feel it represents what I do: blogging. This is a typical typewriter font, but I have modified and smoothen the edges to make it look less rustic and rugged.
It was created in 2005 by font author Johan Holmdahl, with his 5 other typewriter-style typefaces.
I consider fonts as one of the things that you also need to think about when you decide to start your blog. It can help you represent yourself and also the content you publish online. However, it can be time-consuming sometimes for the reason that there are so many “pretty” fonts available out there.
Especially today, new font typefaces are released. They are usually inspired by handwriting styles when calligraphy became a trend to blogging. As I check online, I have seen some beautifully created fonts from random authors. Here are some of my favorites:
Florabella by Seniors Studio
Florabella looks lovely on wedding invitations, thank you cards, quotes, greeting cards, logos, business cards and more. It is perfect for using in ink or watercolor.
Download Florabella for $1.
Milagros Script by Bonjour Type
The Milagros Script is handwritten stylish modern calligraphy fonts combines from copperplate to contemporary typeface with a dancing baseline, modern and elegant touch. It can be used for various purposes such as headings, signature, logos, wedding invitation, t-shirt, letterhead, signage, label, news, posters, and badges.
Download Milagros Script for $1.
Bjorn Rider Hand Drawn Display Font by Creativeqube Design
Bjorn Rider is a hand-drawn marker font with lots of irregularity and character. It comes with a full set of alternate lowercase letters.
Download Bjorn Rider for $1.
Queen by Pollem.Co
Queen is a hand-drawn font. It’s both fantastic and unique.
Download Queen for $1.
Panthers by alqawoms
Panthers is a hand-drawn or forehand-inked, ‘script’ font. It comes with tight kerning, a fun, and imperfect baseline. It’s nice and bold, plus a little gritty – Perfect for creating organic, fluid typography on products, and branding.
Download Panthers for $1.
Hawk & Hunter by Design Surplus
Hawk & Hunter is a new handcrafted font from Design Surplus. It is to emphasize the author’s love of wild animals; a sort of stoic elegance that you find with a stag or an arctic fox.
Download Hawk & Hunter for $1.
Level up your blogs with these amazing and beautiful fonts. I can guarantee you that readers will talk about your design templates and contents. They will easily remember your blog because of these very detailed typefaces.
What do you think about my choices? Did you like them? Or do you have your own favorite font?
Please share them in the comment box below and let me see your blog.