Everyone’s decking their websites out in Proxima Nova and Adele now that services like Typekit make webfonts easy to use and the standard web-safe set look increasingly dated. But what if you don’t want to throw down recurring money for a service like that, or your client doesn’t want to add an additional expense to the development of their site? That’s no longer a problem — there are plenty of great-looking webfonts available for free.

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Joel Falconer is the editor of SitePoint Entrepreneur and is working on team communication app OnHive. Previously he was the managing editor of AppStorm and features editor at The Next Web.

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