by Adam Noar
It’s been a little while since we talked about fonts on the Panda blog. But don’t think for one second that fonts are less important in today’s presentations.
In fact, fonts are more important than ever. And they provide such an easy way to add style and personality to your presentation.
Much like looking for presentation images, finding great fonts for your slide decks can be OVERWHELMING. With so many choices you can easily waste hours browsing the many available fonts out there on the internet.
That is why we are introducing THREE really cool fonts that you can download for free to use in your presentations right now! Simply click on the links of the fonts listed below, and hit the download button to start adding some much needed emotion to your presentations.
Here we go!
Puzzled, is a modern trendy script front that has been attentively written with gentle curves to produce a font that’s completely distinctive and original. It looks like that kind of font that you would see in a fashion magazine.
It contains a full set of lower & uppercase letters, a large range of punctuation, numerals and multilingual support.
The font is perfect for adding an elegant and unique touch to your PowerPoint slides. Obviously, you don’t want to overdo it with this font. Just “sprinkle” it onto certain keywords (as seen in the example image above) on your slide and you’re good to go.
To top it all off, the font is free for personal and commercial use. Boom!
Aileron is a sleek little sans serif font that takes interesting spin off from “Neo-Grotesque” fonts.
It is close to Helvetica in terms of design, but rather conceptually it is closer to Univers.
Utilizing multiple masters, weights are prepared in eight levels from UltraLight to Black which gives the font a lot of versatility.
Aileron is really nice for presentation title slides or quote slides (as seen in the example image above).
Colus is a free display font, whose designer Stan Partalev was inspired by stone and wooden carved letter inscriptions.
With a classical appearance and mature characteristics, this typeface family is appropriate for impressive headlines, remarkable logos, and beautiful signs.
Colus comes with the broad support of many Latin and Cyrillic based languages, proper localizations, lining numbers and old style figures.
I hope that you found some of the fonts listed above useful. Remember that every font has its own unique personality. Therefore, you need to choose a font that reflects the personality of your brand and story.
Do you have a friend that could use some help with picking cool fonts for their next presentation? If so, make sure to send them a link to this post.
What is your favorite font to use in in presentations these days? Leave a comment below!