Fonts are an important aspect of your publishing business. When you are designing book covers, for example, you don’t want to use all Times New Roman or Arial. You want to make your covers look professional with quality fonts.
While you can get some free fonts on the web to get you started, they can sometimes be less than par quality. That’s why it’s a good idea to build up your font collection over time with paid fonts.
I have a list of some sites for you below that sell quality fonts, some of which are geared towards people who publish educational products. Take a peek at them and see if you can find something you like.
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Websites with Quality Fonts
Font Shop: Find bestsellers, web fonts, fonts for print, and more on Font Shop.
Adobe Typekit: If you’re using Adobe CC, you might find Typekit a handy resource. It has both free and paid options available.
Typography.com: This site has classics like Gotham and Hoefler as well as other professional quality fonts.
Fontspring: If you’re on a budget, Fontspring has perpetual font licensing available.
Teacher’s Notebook: Get fonts designed with teachers in mind at Teacher’s Notebook. You’ll need to use the search term “fonts” to find them.
TeachersPayTeachers: The fonts on this teacher site are also designed with educators in mind.
Choose your fonts carefully. If you are investing in paid fonts, you want to make sure that the ones you purchase will be used for one or more of your projects and not just sit on your computer looking pretty. (Speaking from experience. 😉 )
Did you find this list of sites with quality fonts helpful? If so, share it with others you know who are looking for fonts for their businesses.