Favorite fonts

In descending order, the most popular fonts from the Typekit library, based on the number of people who have marked them as a favorite.
Text from The Time Machine by H.G. Wells

  1. Proxima Nova

    by Mark Simonson Studio

    Proxima Nova's geometric curves make it friendly and easy to use.
  2. Futura PT

    by ParaType

    A classic geometric, great for headlines.
  3. Museo Sans

    by exljbris Font Foundry

    Museo Sans' geometric qualities and low contrast lend it a neutral air.
  4. Museo Slab

    by exljbris Font Foundry

    The slab font from the Museo family is casual and accessible.
  5. Adelle

    by TypeTogether

    A sturdy, newsy slab serif.
  6. Brandon Grotesque

    by HVD Fonts

    HVD Fonts' Brandon Grotesque manages to be both informal and classy.
  7. Nimbus Sans

    by URW++

    An attempt to “avoid some of the mistakes with the old Helvetica,” in the words of URW cofounder Peter Karow.
  8. Myriad Pro

    by Adobe

    Myriad's humanist leanings make it warm and readable.
  9. Freight Sans Pro

    by Phil's Fonts

    A stylish sans serif, with a large family.
  10. FF Tisa Pro

    by FontFont

    A softer slab serif, with a high x-height making it suitable for running text.
  11. Museo

    by exljbris Font Foundry

    Museo is marked by bent and expressive half serifs.
  12. JAF Facit

    by Just Another Foundry

    Designed especially for the screen, FacitWeb renders exceptionally across browsers.
  13. Raleway

    by The League of Moveable Type

    A geometric sans serif, with a single, thin weight.
  14. Omnes Pro

    by Darden Studio

    Joshua Darden’s Omnes is restrained in the lighter weights, playful in the heavier weights.
  15. FF Enzo

    by FontFont

    With a range of weights, from delicate to brawny, and short ascenders and descenders, FF Enzo is ideal for headlines.
  16. Chaparral Pro

    by Adobe

    Designed by Carol Twombly, Chaparral is part roman book face, part slab serif. Excellent for longform text.
  17. FF Meta Serif Web Pro

    by FontFont

    The serif companion to FF Meta features a generous x-height and comfortable contrast.
  18. FF Meta Web Pro

    by FontFont

    Erik Spiekermann's FF Meta was designed to work especially well at small sizes.
  19. FF Dagny Pro

    by FontFont

    Open counters and a slightly narrow width make FF Dagny less predictable and more readable.
  20. Jubilat

    by Darden Studio

    An especially curvy slab serif, with lovely (but not gratuitous) ball terminals.
  21. League Gothic

    by The League of Moveable Type

    The League of Movable Type's eponymous League Gothic makes for an efficient display face.
  22. Adobe Garamond Pro

    by Adobe

    One of the most popular book faces of all time, Adobe Garamond is equally effective on screen.
  23. Adelle Sans

    by TypeTogether

    Sturdy and contemporary, the sans-serif counterpart to TypeTogether's Adelle.
  24. Minion Pro

    by Adobe

    Minion is a sturdy and neutral typeface, ideal for longform.
  25. FF Market

    by FontFont

    A friendly, casual script, great for short subheads or pull-quotes.