9 Best Places to Find Fonts
Some people collect spoons. Some collect rescue dogs (pointing at myself here). Others are into coins or rocks or baseball cards or used wrapping paper and bows... like my grandmother.
Me? I feel like I collect fonts. Not really on purpose. It just happened.
It's bad. I have probably 100 that I haven't even installed yet because... not sure why. I've had a lot of people ask where I source my fonts, so I thought I'd share!
Tips Before Purchasing or Downloading:
Read the License. If you download or purchase fonts from the sites below, just be sure to read the fine print and what the license entails. Most allow for commercial use, but some require an extended license... and there are some that aren't allowed for commercial use at all, which I honestly don't even install since I'm typically designing for small businesses.
Prepare a backup spot. Whenever I get a new font, I keep a back up copy of it in my Google Drive. This will come in handy when I eventually have to purchase a new Mac or in case I need to reinstall a font. Just a safety net. If you've ever lost all of your fonts, you'll understand why this is important.
Okay, let's get to the fun part. This is not an all inclusive list... it's just my list. I'm sure there are others that I haven't discovered yet, so leave me a comment if you have had success with another spot.
I hope you're able to add a fun new font source (*dealer*) to your list! Haha. Happy font hunting, y'all!