Choosing the right sans serif for your design is arguably as important as creating the design itself. With so many sans serif fonts out there, we thought we'd help you out by compiling a list of our 30 most affordable and professional sans serifs! We hope these fonts will complement your brand and convey the tone of your message, all the while keeping your design sleek and modern.

1. Rockeby Typography Toolbox

Slightly more geometric than Block Berthold but much softer than the industrial Din Next, Rockeby includes a lot of stylistic alternates and ligatures to help add character to any type of design.

This font family also includes Extras fonts (which also have 4 weights) to further enhance any design you are creating, making this a true professional font that any designer should own.

2. Nutmeg Essential

Nutmeg is a geometric typeface with a slight flavored touch. Although its structure sticks to the traditional forms, its details transform this typeface in a bold project that separates it from other geometric fonts.

This clean and professional font will is perfectly suited for graphic design and any display and text use.

3. Texta Font Family

Texta is a contemporary, rational, transparent and useful sans font, that was developed with the humanists’ models from Edward Johnston to Adrian Frutiger and Gothic Alphabet signage mind.

Use this professional font on a variety of projects like branding, magazines, newspapers, books, adverts, and more.

4. Kiona Font Family

Kiona is simple but significant and defined by its crisp edges and modern touches. It is designed for optimal legibility. An all-caps sans-serif, Kiona makes a statement without making a scene.

Kinoa offers extensive language support and works great in branding, logos, headlines, high fashion. The different weights give you full range to explore a whole host of applications, making it the professional font you go back to time and time again.

5. Zona Pro Typeface

Zona Pro is a geometric sans-serif type family of 9 styles plus matching italics. It draws inspiration from 1920’s geometric style faces, having clean and highly readable shapes, and mixes it up in the heavier weights with a slight variance in the stroke widths.

Zona Pro is multifunctional and versatile. With its modern yet elegant form, it performs amazingly in display sizes and headlines and can be used on a variety or projects that require a professional font.

6. Montreux Classic – Modern Swiss Grotesk

Montreux Classic family was designed with great versatility in mind. It is clean and neutral, paying homage to the famous and beloved Swiss design typefaces, such as Haas Grotesk or Helvetica.

Montreux Classic is successful in most commercial areas such as finance, banking, health, IT or legal environments, or any other project that requires a professional font.

7. Garino Font Family

Garino is a modern sans-serif typeface. It gains its expressive character from a dynamic sweep in the curves and high-contrast transitions. The thinner and thicker weights are particularly suitable for strong headlines, while the middle weights can be used for typographic challenges and body text.

Thanks to an extensive character collection, it becomes a real workhorse and your professional font of choice.

8. Milano – Retro-Futuristic Sans

Milano Retro-Futuristic Sans is a retro/contemporary all caps typeface designed with sophistication and elegance. This font features a renovated construction based on the modernist geometric sans of the first half of the past century.

This professional font is ideal for headlines, logos and any destination of use such as corporate identity, typography, posters, web design, and social feeds.

9. Lütschine Narrow

Lütschine Narrow™ is a powerful and elegant, display sans serif family for headlines, branding and save spacing design scenarios. It consists of 6 carefully drawn, spaced and kerned styles.

This professional font consists of 6 weights – giving a lot of design options from thin, classy and subtle weights up to extra bold, energetic and powerful ones.

10. TT Corals Typeface

TT Corals is a modern humanistic sans-serif which has many typical traits of the beginning of the 20th century. For an increased functionality of the font family, we’ve created 6 typefaces of various weights: Thin, Light, Regular, Bold, Extrabold, Black.

TT Corals inspires with its freshness and novelty and gives new ideas for your creativity and art, and can also be used as a professional font of choice.

11. Osmund

Osmund is a bold sans-serif typeface with both uppercase and lowercase letters designed especially for headlines. The typeface also comes with 2 styles: regular and rounded.

Use this professional font to give a bold character to headlines, magazines, poster, adverts and so much more.

12. Modular Typeface

Modular is an uppercase typeface with strong character, unified, and articulate, smooth curves, all-caps display with total 16 weights. Inspired by the precision of computer terminal, application, clean layout.

Modular is a true professional font and works great in branding, logos, magazines, films projects, badges, packaging

13. Montreux Grotesk – Modern Sans Serif

Montreux Grotesk is a part of the bestselling sans serif superfamily Montreux Sans Pro, a robust 132-font set rich in OpenType features.

The Grotesk version contains six most essential and versatile styles, featuring a complete latin extended language support as well as very precise hand adjusted spacing and kerning, making if your go to professional font for all your design projects time and time again.

14. Naive Line Sans Font Pack

Naïve Line Sans is a handwritten sans serif font in five weights to assure a good readability whatever the size.

This slim, elegant and professional font will lend itself perfectly on a variety of projects such as: poster, adverts, branding, magazines and more.

15. Sonny Gothic Essential

Sonny Gothic is our most rational-geometric type family so far. It’s inspired by the geometric style of the 70s, specifically by Herb Lubalin’s work.

Including a variety of weights from light to black, including italic, this professional font will work great on a variety of design projects.

16. Anteb Font Family

Anteb - a smart, modern, rounded corner sans family that ranges in style from thin to extra black. Anteb font family is one of those large and useful families that you really can’t miss if you are looking for typeface combining originality and legibility.

Developed in 10 separate weights ranging from Thin to ExtraBlack, each coming with Alternate version, make this professional font well suited for a variety of typographic applications such as headlines and small texts.

17. Otterco Font Family

Otterco is a geometric sans serif font family with varied round and narrow characters. Blending a touch of retro and modern qualities, this typeface is clean and neutral but not boring. This is a professional yet unique and fun font at the same time.

Otterco is well suited as both a versatile text and display font for branding, advertising, packaging, headlines, magazines, websites, logo designs, and more.

18. Naratif Condensed Typeface

Naratif is a condensed display font based on an early 1900 sans-serifs and gothic faces.

Packed with 7 weights, from thin to bold and everything in between, this professional font will work great for all of your display projects needs.

19. Buffalo

Buffalo was created to extend the font family—which includes the incredibly successful Bison. Buffalo’s design adds even more versatility with a similar impactful style.

To further increase its versatility, Buffalo comes in a variety of styles including soft, outline, inline and shadow. This variety makes Buffalo a strong professional font – perfect for punchy branding, powerful headlines, dramatic titles, or any bold statement.

20. Salin Sans Serif Family

Salin is a modern sans serif font family with a geometric and humanist touch. Salin has totally 20 fonts with 10 weights and their appropriate italics.

This professional font is deal for corporate identity, poster, brochure, orientation signs, and all kinds of graphic design works.

21. Helios Antique Essential

Helios type family is the result of a mixture between the early sans serif and the modern trends of our era. Its rational structure is subtly wider than the majority of the first sans, generating a higher impact in its uses.

You can identify this professional font family by the prominent features on some of the letters, such as the leg of the “R” and the tail of the “Q”.

22. Salvatore Essential

Salvatore is the neo-grotesque younger brother of Nutmeg type family. The name comes from the Mad Men character Salvatore Romano, who was a publisher in the mid-60s.

Just like it's older brother Nutmeg, this professional font is well suited on a variety of publishing and advertising projects.

23. Pontiac Full Font Pack

Pontiac is a sans serif font designed by Fanny Coulez and Julien Saurin. Somewhere between Akzidenz Grotesk and Neutra, Pontiac is a functional font with something more, something warm, geometric but human, something distinctive, finally… something French.

Pontiac is the go-to professional font that will help you drive all your design projects forward.

24. Finnmark

Finnmark is a new elegant and professional sans serif typeface featuring uppercase & lowercase letters plus multilingual support.

This typeface looks great when combined with script or signature fonts and it comes with 2 styles: regular & italic. You can use it for a wide variety of design applications, from business cards to flyers, magazines and even for writing books!

25. Causten

Causten is a geometric sans serif font family with maintains rationality in designing each form.

Causten comes with 9 weights and matching oblique, totalling 18 styles. The features of this professional font make it perfect for all creative projects.

26. Bison Font Family

Bison is a strong font family and sophisticated sans serif. Inspired by the animal, its sturdy uncompromising style is felt through the controlled letterforms and modern touches. A balance of hard lines and smooth curves.

The difference weights included will give you full range to explore, making this professional great for any branding, logos, magazines, and film project.

27. Quiche Sans Regular & Bold Fonts

Quiche Sans is a high-contrast, sans serif font with monoline stroke endings and angled stems. Included are the Regular and Bold weights from the larger 14-font family.

The design is influenced by the serif didone genre, characterized by its elegance and extreme thick/thins, so you can use this professional font to add elegance to any design project.

28. Aventa Geometric Variable Typeface

Aventa is an exciting geometric typeface with contemporary touches. It’s born from strong elementary shapes, with clean circles interwoven with modern cuts and sharp edges.

This professional font has a distinctive voice, retaining the simplicity and elegance of classic geometric typefaces with a fresh, stylish rework.

29. Romagna

Romagna is a modern and highly versatile sans-serif font designed for readability without sacrificing aesthetics.There are 8 included styles to pick from including regular + bold weights plus italics and 2 different uppercase styles

Use this professional font on a variety of projects, to give your design a classic look or a modern futuristic theme.

30. Compita

Compita is a Neo-Grotesk(ish) typeface that started life as a love-letter to Berthold’s classic.

It has some over-emphasised features and terminal endings which help to create a friendly personality, but sits them on a slightly condensed overall width. Together they help balance each other out, creating a font that feels both affable and professional.

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