Are you designing a logo? Or maybe you want to add a personal touch to your website?

That means, you are going to need new fonts – but opting to go for plain serif and sans-serif is not a choice when you have so many other fonts out there.

How about handwriting fonts – not only are they unique but they will also add a personal touch to your design projects, whether they be a logo or your website.
So, without any further ado, let’s take a look at some of the best handwriting fonts –

Signatura

Created by Ian Mikraz, the font ‘Signatura’ is the just the font that will let you create a beautiful and legible signature that will look like it was scanned right off the paper.

You can use this font to sign the website creator’s name, or simply just use it as a sophisticated script font. The font comes included with both uppercase and lowercase letters. Along with special characters such as punctuation marks, symbols and such.

This handwriting fonts are free to use for both commercial and personal design projects.

Great Vibes

Want to radiate dignity and sophistication? Then, consider using the font ‘Great Vibes’ in your next design project.

This font has the look of calligraphy letters, and thus, it comes off as a great choice to be used in running text. Designed by TypeSETit, this font features both lowercase and upper case letters. You should make it a point to remember that this font is suitable only for running text, say, in phrases or a few words.

Available on FontSquirrel, this font is free for use for both commercial and personal design projects.

Tahu

Want to catch the attention of the reader at first glance?

Make use of the font ‘Tahu’ – created by Khurasan, this font has the appearance of a bold-italic look whose thick lines is the perfect choice for a great header or simply as the central text in a banner or poster.

Comes included with both uppercase and lowercase letters. Along with special characters such as punctuation marks, numerals, and symbols, this font is free for use for both commercial and personal design projects and can be found on DaFont.

Black Chancery

If you want your website to exclude grace, we suggest opting for the font ‘Black Chancery’. It created by Doug Miles, this font comes off as a great choice to be used on websites that focus on history and literature.

This handwriting font is very legible, and hence, can be used anywhere. It includes both uppercase and lowercase letters, special characters such as punctuation marks, numerals, and symbols etc. It can be used for both commercial and personal design projects.

This font is available on 1001fonts.

Amatic

Amatic handwriting fonts

Created by Vernon Adams, the font ‘Amatic’ is a perfect choice for you if you want to make a bold statement. It is versatile, and hence, it comes in both regular and bold style and is made with entirely uppercase lettering.

Free to use for both commercial and personal design projects, this font is available on FontSquirrel.

WindSong

Available on FontSquirrel, the font ‘WindSong’ is created by BrightIdeas and comes off as a great choice to be used in both commercial and personal design projects. If you are looking for such a font that excludes delicateness and tasteful.

This font includes both uppercase and lowercase letters. Even more, special characters such as punctuation marks, numerals, and symbols, with support for all of the characters and letters. That means this font will also work with non-English language too.

TrashHand

TrashHand handwriting fonts

Created by Luce Avérous, the font ‘TrashHand’ is completed with bold strokes and slight serifs, thus making it unique.

Having both uppercase and lowercase letters, special characters such as punctuation marks, numerals, and symbols. This font is a must for any website if you want it to look infuse a professional look. Free to use for both commercial and personal design projects, this font is available on DaFont.

ArchiText

ArchiText handwriting fonts

Available on 1001Font, the font ‘ArchiText’ will be a perfect choice if the website is related to architecture. Created by Grant Marshall, the font is pristine and thin. It was made to emulate the lettering that you will find on hand-drawn architectural sketches.

Comes included with both uppercase and lowercase letters. Along with special characters such as punctuation marks, numerals, and symbols. This font is free to use for both commercial and personal design projects.

Jo Wrote A Love Song

Looking for a horror font? Then, you have come to the right place – created by Lars Manenschijn. This font is something of a scribbly font that best suits the horror theme. However, do remember that this font is not something to be over-used, and hence, it should be used carefully and correctly.

Comes included with both uppercase and lowercase letters, special characters such as punctuation marks, numerals, and symbols, this font is free to use for both commercial and personal design projects and can be found on DaFont.

FFF Tusj

Created by Magnus Cederholm, the font ‘FFF Tusj’ can be found on FontSquirrel and comes off as a perfect font to be used on crafts blogs or even personal websites. The font has the appearance of a pencil-created text, and with the small imperfections and variance on the shading of each letter, it just adds to the hand-drawn effect.

Comes included with both uppercase and lowercase letters, special characters such as punctuation marks, numerals, and symbols. This handwriting font is free to use for both commercial and personal design projects.

And thus, ends the list – do remember that the above-mentioned handwriting fonts shouldn’t be over-used, as doing so will make the text difficult to read; but say, for headlines, logos, and even short phrases and words, they can make a website shine.

Elegance. Artistic. Bold – you name it, the above list has something for everyone, so, go ahead and take your pick!

So, which ones turned out to be your favourites?

Write A Comment