This is our selection of the five best fonts released in 2019.

The year 2019 is almost done. Time to have a look back at the best fonts that have been released during the year. We have handpicked the five very best fonts based on uniqueness, innovation, current trends, and usability.

5th: Infra

FF Infra Font
FF Infra Font

The FF Infra font family was published by German foundry FontFont. Its typeface is a fresh take on the sturdy sans serif typefaces known from the early 20th century. FF Infra was designed by Gabriel Richter with the aim to create a font family with a friendly and welcoming appearance. Consisting of 20 styles including weights ranging from hairline to black plus matching Italics for each weight, this family is performing quite well in every situation. Whether print or web, long blocks of editorial texts or short text snippets and headlines, FF Infra always looks good.
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4th: Jazmín

Jazmín Font
Jazmín Font

Created by Eli Hernández Sánchez for foundry Latinotype, Jazmín is inspired by the design of the Globe Gothic font family. Eli Hernández Sánchez has reinterpreted the typeface with different proportions, serif shapes, curves, and more contrast, which results in a classy font family consisting of 8 weights plus matching Italics. If you want to add this family to your list of cool fonts, then click on one of the links below.
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3rd: TT Interphases

TT Interphases Font
TT Interphases Font

The team of Russian foundry TypeType mostly specializes in typefaces for today’s typographic needs, especially when it comes to functional interface design. As the name suggests, TT Interphases was made exactly for those demands. In line with a range of cool fonts such as TT Norms and TT Hoves, this new family is well suited for the use in most known mobile and web platforms. The TT Interphases family is equipped with 9 weights with 9 matching obliques in the basic family plus 4 monospaced fonts. This typeface truly adds some mathematical precision to your interface designs.
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2nd: Zeit

Zeit font family from Fenotype
Zeit Font

Published by foundry Fenotype, Zeit is an elegant yet timeless serif font family made for a variety of typographic applications ranging from magazines and newspapers to mobile apps, branding, and advertising. The Zeit font family has been designed by Emil Bertell, Erik Bertell, and Teo Tuominen. It is equipped with numerous OpenType features including small capitals and small capital figures, old-style figures, subscript and superscript figures, and fractions. In addition, the Zeit font family comes with stylish swash alternates that are included in the Italics. The characters ‘g’ and ‘y’ also come with stylish variants. The family has fourteen styles including weights ranging from light to heavy plus true Italics for each weight. If you are looking for a high-quality typeface with an elegant yet timeless appearance, this serif font family is a perfect choice!
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1st: Helvetica Now

Helvetica Now from Monotype
Helvetica Now from Monotype

Helvetica Now is a complete rework of the iconic typeface to make it more suitable for today’s typographic demands. Published in 2019 by Monotype, every single character in Helvetica Now has been redrawn and refitted for this expansive new edition. Helvetica Now comes with 48 fonts, consisting of three different optical sizes: Micro, Text, and Display. With Helvetica Now, the typical Swiss mantra of clarity, simplicity, and neutrality meets the demands of contemporary design and branding.
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That was our selection of the five best fonts of 2019. Feel free to find more typefaces from different genres made for different needs in our extensive Fonts category.

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