Good for longform

These fonts reflect classic book forms and make for comfortable, pleasing reading for longform texts. Exceptional rendering at paragraph sizes means they perform well across browsers and operating systems.
Text from Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes

  1. Chaparral Pro

    by Adobe Originals

    Carol Twombly’s Chaparral draws from the Roman book style, but adds soft slab serifs for a more friendly, casual take.
  2. Adobe Caslon Pro

    by Adobe Originals

    One of the most popular book faces in print, Caslon’s web counterpart renders stunningly well, even at small sizes.
  3. Minion Pro

    by Adobe Originals

    Minion has a formal air and efficient design, packing in more characters per line while remaining highly readable.
  4. JAF Facit

    by Just Another Foundry

    Just Another Foundry’s FacitWeb was drawn especially for the screen; high x-height and open counters make it comfortable to read at length.
  5. FF Meta Serif Web Pro

    by FontFont

    Designed by Erik Spiekermann, the serif companion to FF Meta features a generous x-height and comfortable contrast.
  6. FF Tisa Pro

    by FontFont

    Designed for magazine use, FF Tisa’s expressive serifs give it character and help distinguish the letterforms at small sizes.
  7. FF Dagny Pro

    by FontFont

    A compact grotesque, FF Dagny is efficient but readable; pair it with a didone headline font for a classic look.
  8. Adobe Garamond Pro

    by Adobe Originals

    Another popular book face, Adobe Garamond retains its readability and scholarly look on screen.
  9. PT Sans

    by ParaType

    PT Sans’ slight contrast and humanist shape warms it up, in comparison to more monolinear sans serifs.
  10. Kepler Std

    by Adobe Originals

    Kepler is a high-contrast option for paragraph text, giving it a slightly more old-fashioned feel.
  11. FF Basic Gothic Web Pro

    by FontFont

    FF Basic Gothic is neutral but not boring.