The Top 20 Best Flat UI Design Web Fonts

 
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Jul 21, 2014
 
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Font plays a major role when designing a website. Flat design gives much importance to content, so any good font will work well, and any bad font won’t.  Below is a list of The  Top 20 Best Flat UI Design Web Fonts.

Typography in Flat Design focuses on minimal simple shapes. Each typeface below will work with any Flat UI Design Layout. If you plan on developing a website using the Flat Design standards check out the fonts below.

Check out The Top 20 Best Flat UI Design Web Fonts below:

20) Fjalla One

Designed by Irina Smirnova and released by Google, Fjalla One font is perfect for headings. This font is  perfect for any website that needs a more rigid urban feel.

19) Brandon Grotesque

Developed by Hannes von Döhren in 2009, Brandon Grotesque is part of a sans-serif family of six weights plus matching italics. Perfect for any website that need a more classic feel.

18) Montserrat

Developed by Julieta Ulanovsky, and released by Google, This font has a urban feel, but still clean enough to be used as a body font on any flat design website.

17) Inconsolata

Perfect font for programmers or developers, this font is designed for code listings or code blocks.

16) Futura

A representative of the aesthetics of the Bauhaus school of the 1920s-30s, Futura PT is a sans-serif font based on geometrical shapes. Perfect for any website that needs a more classic feel.

15) Gotham Book

Popular font that has been used for years in the print scene. Gotham font has finally been made available as a web font. This sans-serif font has rigid corners and offers a standardized character width on all styles.

14) Signika

Signika is a clean sans-serif font that has a gentle character, developed for digital signage and other media where clarity of information is required.

13) Lato

Developed by Łukasz Dziedzic, Lato is a sans-serif typeface which means Summer” in Polish. Perfect for any website that needs a more classic feel.

12) Helvetica Neue

Standard on any website, this classic clean sans-serif font will make a positive impact on any website. Perfect for any website that needs a neutral readable body font.

11) Josefin Slab

Designed by Santiago Orozco, Josiefin Slab is a classic geometric, elegant web font. This font is perfect for any website that needs a more vintage feel.

10) League Gothic

League Gothic is described as a classic more upfront sans-serif font, developed by The League of Movable Type. League Gothic is perfect header font to use on any website.

09) Stalemate

Stalemate is  described as a script of vintage origins but still modern proportions. Stalemate exhibits confidence while still making a bold statement in any design.

08) Rosario

Rosario, is described as  a new typeface of classic proportions. Perfect for any website that need a more elegant feel.

07) Asap

This contemporary font is perfect to use as a body font for any flat design website. Developed by Pablo Cosgaya, This sans-serif font has subtle rounded corners and offers a standardized character width on all styles.

06) Roboto Slab

Developed by Christian Robertson, Roboto Slab is considered a humanist yet smooth serif font. This font is perfect font to use as a navigation for any website or as a combination with Roboto web font.

05) Roboto

Very clean, smooth, thin weight sans-serif font. Roboto font was introduced by Andriod Ice Sandwich operating system and released by Google. The font is usually described as emotional, modern yet approachable font.

04) Oswald

Considered as a remarkably representation of the alternate Gothic’ sans-serif typefaces. Oswald is perfect for any website needing a more rigid sans-serif web font.

03) Open Sans

Next to Proxima Nova, Open Sans is probably the second most used web font today. Developed by Steve Matteson and released by Google. This font is considered as a open form and neutral web font.

02) Raleway

Described as a single thin weight sans-serif font, Raleway can be seen throughout a variety of flat design websites. Initially designed by Matt Mcinerney this elegant sans-serif font is perfect for any clean corporate website

01) Proxima Nova

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Released in 2005 by Mark Simonson, Proxima Nova, by far is the most popular web font used today. Usually compared as a hybrid of Futura and Akzidenz. This thin sans-serif is a great choice for any flat design website.

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