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The links are sorted within their categories by score. The more stars a link has been given by other visitors, the better the score.
Whatfontis.com is an online service that can identify hundreds of thousands of free and commercial fonts from images uploaded by the user..
Submit an image to WhatTheFont to find the closest matches in their database, maybe even the name of and link to the font you searched for. This service is offered free of charge by Myfonts.com.
The largest collection of links on fonts i`ve ever seen. Luc Devroye`s site is the treasure trove of long lost fonts, unseen websites and the whole world of typography.
The Open Font Library offers fonts for Webdesigners that come with the freedom to use, study, share and remix them. As a type designer you can upload your work directly and share it with the world.
Homepage of Mike Yanega. Helps identifying fonts with a free-of-charge ID-Service and his font identification guides.
Up-to-date lists and descriptions of the best freebie sites on the web.
Little french foundry with good free and commercial fonts designed by Christophe Féray.
Some original free fonts made by Jakob Fischer.
Homepage of german graphic designer Hannes van Döhren that makes creative use of modern web design and offers some of his fonts for free download.
Graffiti fonts and other graphic art made by Johan Waldenström.
A whole bunch of cool free fonts made by the great Dan Zadorozny.
Little, innovative design company from Australia that also makes free fonts.
Little foundry with some nice fonts made by french type designer Jack Usine. These fonts can't be found elsewhere.
A selection of pixel fonts from the Atari era remade as truetypes by Christian Künzer and Thomas Schostok.
Collection of premium freeware fonts collected by Ethan Dunham. All fonts here are also free for commercial use. Also has a free webfont generator..
Huge archive of dingbat fonts that are even divided into own categories..
Typoasis is a collection and presentation of fonts made by different authors during the 1990ies. While the original homepages of the designers have disappeared, Typoasis is still around.
Very large archive made by Alexandru Cuibari and his team. The fonts are displayed by categories, there is a search function and even a font identification tool. .
Large archive of free fonts that can be displayed by category or in alphabetical order..
Freefont archive serving over 10.000 fonts, sorted by designer, category or alphabetically. A forum can also be found on this site..
Beau-coup's font guide for all occasions presents a refreshingly advertisement-free overview on digital typography resources and some practical advice..
A font search engine that knows where to find more than 50,000 different fonts.
Schriften.com is a german language collection of links on fonts & typography.
In this community, users can create their own fonts using the easy to use online font editing software programmed by Rob Meek. Also, you can see and download fonts others have made - all free of charge.
German language typography magazine & blog. Famous designers and typographers write articles that can be commented by the visitors.
The Font Creator by High-Logic is a popular and affordable vector drawing software for Windows. It enables you to create your own fonts. A free trial is available, too.
German language blog from the guys at Fontshop. Has some self-marketing of course, but also many interesting articles on typography and design..
Answers on the questions most frequently asked in the alt.binaries.fonts group.
ColorZilla has a powerful Photoshop-like CSS gradient editor. Also there are other colour tools for Firefox.
As the name implies: an online tool for creating color (sorry: colour!) schemes. Monocolor, complementary or even more complex color schemes: everything is possible.
German language image editing community with tutorials for Photoshop, Flash, Bryce and other software.
Find tons of free stuff and free samples for you to try. They also have a weekly freebie newsletter.
In case you're a webmaster yourself and your site is mainly about typography or related topics,
I will also set a link to your site in return. ;)
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