My Test Course Two

Helvetica is one of the most popular and widely used sans-serif typefaces in history. There is even a documentary film about it.

While I agree that it can work beautifully on posters and the like, I think that the readability of Helvetica on screens is still subjective. I’m also kinda bored of seeing it everywhere.

This typeface is a bit overused, right?

That’s the reason I wrote this post, to show you that there are some pretty nice looking fonts out there which can easily replace Helvetica for titles and paragraphs.

The best part? These fonts are free to use and are available on Google Fonts.

Check them out:

1. Gothic A1

Gothic A1 (9 styles) — A Korean and Latin font that is a versatile sans-serif typeface with multiple weights and optimized spatial distribution.

Designer: HanYang I&C Co.

Gothic A1 on Google Fonts →

2. IBM Plex Sans