Free Adobe Fonts offer you thousands of amazing typefaces together with some of the most famous designers’ fonts. What used to be known as Typekit by Adobe, Adobe Fonts come with an extensive library available through Adobe Creative Cloud subscription. You will be able to use them online or in your CC apps.
When subscribing to Creative Cloud, you will receive access to free Adobe Fonts service, which offers +10000 fonts from different designers. You can activate the Adobe fonts you need and then use them in your PC software and websites. Active fonts are available in all CC apps, like Photoshop and InDesign.
This way, together with your standard CC subscription, you will be getting all available Adobe Fonts free without having to download them to your PC. All of your devices connected to Creative Cloud will have access to all of the free Adobe fonts. Together with one of these Adobe Creative Cloud Discounts it will be cheaper.
There are no particular criteria as to why these Creative Cloud fonts are given in this exact order. These are simply the fonts that I love, that are popular or classic. Although I try to make sure that everything in this collection is available, it might happen that some of the fonts have been removed or changed.
Thus, keep in mind that the appearance of the fonts in the screenshots may differ from what you will actually get from Adobe Fonts.
Originally, Orpheus was designed in the late 1920s by Walter Tiemann. Its italic version was created almost a decade later under the name Euphorion.
They are both offered in a single Adobe Fonts free download by Canada Type under the Orpheus Pro name. You get the impression that it is a calligraphic typeface, perfect in its simplicity, which definitely stands out among other ornate, decorative characters available everywhere.
If you notice something vaguely familiar about this font, that’s because it is used for the Adidas logo and you’ve probably seen it many times before. This exact design is based on the ITC Avant Garde Gothic font that was made by Herb Lubalin for the Avant Garde magazine.
I love the alternate characters in Avant Garde, especially the look of A and V. However, remember not to go overboard with the alternates when designing logos in Photoshop with your Creative Cloud fonts.
Created by John Downer in 1999, this font was roughly based on The Cole Brothers circus show posters from the beginning of the 20th century. A fun peculiarity of this font is the so-called “Word Logos”. They are whole words like ‘at’, ‘new’, ‘for’, etc. that create a retro ‘hipster’ vibe. This one is on my must-have list of Photoshop fonts.
Used recently in the Netflix’s Stranger Things title, this serif font first appeared in the late 1970s courtesy of Ed Benguiat. It was very popular in the 80s when it could be found on the cover of Choose Your Own Adventure books.
The designer drew his inspiration from the Art Nouveau movement. Thus, the typeface has tall x-height and capitals with a higher waistline. The font family includes three different weights, matching italics and condensed fonts. This Creative Cloud font is great for creating the 1980s vibe in your projects.
Futura was created by Paul Renner in 1927 and is now also included with the free Adobe fonts. This is a very graphic sans-serif font, which was very unconventional at the time of its creation. Its popularity has never really faded over the years.
It was a typeface of choice for Stanley Kubrick and is now for Wes Anderson. Also, it has been used in Volkswagen ads since the 60s.
This is a serif typeface that dates way back to the 16th century. The original inspiration for this Creative Cloud font came from a font created by Robert Granjon. The name of the font is the last name of a Renaissance book printer. The first design of Plantin appeared in 1913 and later influenced the creation of Times New Roman.
Baskerville font was created by John Baskerville back in the 18th century. The original intention behind its design was the need to improve the appearance of William Caslon typefaces. The italic option of this font has beautiful symbols. Add it to your Adobe Photoshop font list to use it for whimsical and quaint logos.
The most popular font today is probably Helvetica. It can be seen everywhere in the digital world. However, it hasn’t always looked like it does today, its appearance has been changed many times. This Creative Cloud font, Neue Haas Grotesk, was a way to bring back the original look of Helvetica (the name of the font is actually the original name of Helvetica typeface).
Big Caslon was designed in an attempt to revive Caslon typeface. It was created by Matthew Carter in 1994 and was the first digitally available size version display of Caslon. This free Adobe Fonts typeface should be used starting from size 18 and above.
This grotesque sans-serif font is one of the more recent designs. It was created by Dalton Maag in 2010 and was intended to compete with Helvetica. It is actually somewhere in the middle between Helvetica (it has fewer quirks) and Univers (it’s a bit warmer). This Creative Cloud font will be great for web design.
In October 2018, Typekit changed its name to Adobe Fonts. The service has improved tremendously since the renaming. The limits for desktop sync and pageview were removed, the same goes for the web-only fonts. Moreover, literally thousands of new fonts became available, which includes Font Bureau typefaces and Adobe Originals library.
Their quality has improved so much since the change happened and the fonts above are just the ones that are currently popular. So I wanted to draw your attention to them.
You will not be able to get Adobe Fonts without Creative Cloud subscription (Typekit was a standalone product). However, I don’t see it as a disadvantage. After all, you will get Adobe fonts free of charge with any plan you may have, even if it’s a single app plan. For the number of font options and their quality, I don’t think you’ll ever get a better deal.
Font activation may be unsuccessful due to Creative Cloud account and connection issues. In this case, click the "Retry" button to give the activation another try.
If this variant does not work, follow the instructions from the troubleshooting guide.
In order to use the latest, improved free Adobe fonts, you need to make sure that you do not have a font with the same name on your computer. If you find such a file, you will have to delete it. Use the font manager or tools built into your operating system for these purposes.
Use the Font Book if you work with MacOS devices. Highlight the name of the desired font and then select Edit > Disable to delete it.
If you are a Windows user, you need to go to the control panel and select the "Fonts" section. Find the font you need, copy it to another folder and remove it from the catalog. Log out of your Windows account and log in again to update the data.
Click the “Retry” button to activate Creative Cloud fonts.
Typekit was a separate service providing the ability to subscribe and download various fonts. Later it became known as Adobe Fonts. Users who bought a subscription to download Typekit fonts up to October 15, 2018 pay for Typekit fonts through Adobe.
You can download any Typekit subscription receipt from your Invoices page.
This problem may occur due to incorrect browser settings or code problems. Read this troubleshooting guide https://helpx.adobe.com/fonts/kb/troubleshoot-font-activation.html (Troubleshooting Guide) to understand why Creative Cloud font is not working properly.
Your site may indicate that it is not possible to connect to use.typekit.net.in case of local network problems or outage on the font network.
Yes. You may download Typekit fonts to computer and start working on logos and other images with captions in the most popular graphic editors, for example, Adobe Photoshop. You can use these fonts when creating PDF and EPS files, JPEG or PNG raster images.
You can use them for any project that involves commercial use. Create PDF, EPS, JPEG, PNG files and expand your customer base.
Many people are interested in how to use Adobe Typekit fonts on their personal or commercial sites. In fact, you may use licensed web fonts on any site that can be viewed in a browser on a computer or mobile device. Such fonts are added to the site using embedded code.
Google Fonts is a free service from Google that provides access to a large collection of fonts. All of them are absolutely free and are intended primarily for personal use. Adobe Fonts contains commercial fonts that are available exclusively to Creative Cloud users. I will try to clarify what are the main differences between these two services.
Adobe Fonts list is more diverse than the Google Fonts collection. It is quite expected, as users want to get a wide range of options paying money for a subscription. Adobe fonts are more high-quality and creative. Many Google fonts have a limited number of features and styles. Most often they are created by inexperienced designers.
Of course, the use of Google Fonts is ideal for low-budget projects. However, if you want to get a good result, you should pay your attention to Adobe Typekit fonts. You will definitely find a huge selection of options created by real professionals for yourself.
Many people often ask how to add fonts from Typekit. In fact, the use of Typekit is very simple and convenient. The fonts are automatically synchronized with all your devices and Adobe programs. Moreover, they can be used in many other non-Adobe programs.
Step 1. Access Typekit.
Make sure you are connected to the network. Go to Photoshop and choose Type > Add Fonts From Typekit in the menu. Alternatively, you can add free Adobe fonts by selecting Add Fonts From Typekit from the drop-down menu. The Typekit page will appear in your browser.
Step 2. Find your font
To find the necessary Adobe fonts, you need to go to the “My Library” section, which you can see on the page that will open automatically in your browser. Here you can find all the fonts available for your Creative Cloud subscription. Use the navigation and filters that are on the right side of the page to simplify and speed up the search process.
It is worth noting that the Adobe Fonts CC collection is not limited only to “My Library”. However, if you want to add a font that is not included in your Creative Cloud plan, be prepared to pay an extra amount for it. If you do not want to spend extra money, just stay in “My Library” and continue to search for the variant you need.
Step 3. Open the font and sync
Find the font you need and open the fonts page to see more details. Click “Sync all” to start Adobe fonts download. This way, you will download the entire font family. If you need only one font, click on the green button next to the necessary option.
Step 4. Wait for the sync to finish
Open the Creative Cloud app. Typekit syncs with all the programs from your Creative Cloud account. Wait for the end of synchronization. You will find out about it with the help of Creative Cloud notification. If notifications are disabled in your program, you can check the synchronization status yourself. To do it, go to “Assets” > “Fonts”.
Step 5. Use your font
After you have added free Adobe fonts to your Creative Cloud account, you can immediately see them in the Photoshop font menu. Use the Tk or Typekit icon to see all Typekit fonts. Mind that some programs require a reload to update the list of fonts. However, this does not apply to Photoshop. You can use the necessary fonts immediately after synchronization.
Now you know how to use Adobe fonts correctly. I want to offer you some amazing free options that will suit projects of any sphere and style. Use them to create your images or website designs.
This is one of the best logo fonts. The combination of thick and thin lines, rounded and sharp edges will give your text a refined look.
This is one of the best Adobe fonts. Subtle serifs on the edges of the letters will improve the overall look of the text. Such a font will look great on the magazine cover.
The consistent letter shape and neat look of this font make it really universal. It can be used for writing various texts.
I recommend you to add this option to your personal Adobe Photoshop font list. It is ideal for any image due to its simple and minimalistic look. The average thickness of the letters, clear lines and serifs always look good.
This great font will help you achieve the effect of text painted with a brush. The letters feature blank spaces, but the text looks readable and clear.