Minimalistic Typeface

First of all, why is typography important? Typography is so much more than just choosing beautiful fonts. To clarify, it’s a vital component of user interface design. Good typography will establish a strong visual hierarchy, provide a graphic balance to the website, and set the product’s overall tone.

TIP: If you are interested in learning about fonts, there is a great book called Why Fonts Matter by Graphic designer Sarah Hyndman specializes in exploring how fonts influence us as type consumers.

Fonts choices are extremely important. Therefore, we want to share some of our favorites with you. Elegant, minimalistic and modern are all terms used in the industry on a daily basis. For example, as part of Graphic design companies. Fonts have different personalities that can create trust or mistrust, give you confidence, make things seem easier to do or make a product taste better. Understand the science behind how fonts influence what you read. They’re hidden in plain sight, they trigger memories, associations and multi-sensory experiences in your imagination. You may not believe it, but fonts can change the meanings of words right before your very eyes, alter the taste of your food, evoke emotional responses and reveal their users’ personalities.


Here are our top 5 picks of minimalistic fonts, certainly with a touch of elegance.


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“A luxurious typeface with elegant swashes, a full alphabet of special characters and 4 free logo templates. Perfect for elegant projects, luxurious branding, and feminine logo design.”



“Sage” is a modern serif typeface with lots of style. A serif is a decorative stroke that finishes off the end of a letters stem (sometimes also called the “feet” of the letters). In turn, a serif font is a font that has serifs, while a sans serif is a font that does not. Serif typefaces have historically been credited with increasing both the readability and reading speed of long passages of text. Therefore they help the eye travel across a line, especially if lines are long or have relatively open word spacing. To sum up, this is a beautiful easy-to-read and elegant font. 


#3 Sophillia – Ligature

“Sophillia” is a unique ligature font that you wont forget. It’s a high contrast serif that has loads of style. Most importantly, it is a statement font. And one that will be remembered. Our recommendation is using this font for sleek branding on packaging. Can you imagine that? 


# Hunter

Hunter is an elegant and unique font. that uses ligatures to smoothly link letters. This font is perfect for adding a unique twist to word-mark logos, monograms or pull quotes. Above all, what about those modern logo designs.


#5 Glitten

“Glitten is a elegant and classy serif typeface. This font is both modern and nostalgic. Moreover, great for logos, magazine, social media. This fornt is already matched up and ready to be used together for your next design! 


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