July 2nd, 2012

Every three months, we announce our top three fonts that have climbed up the popularity charts the most, during the last quarter. We call them our ÜberFontFonts.

There’s been a flurry activity here at FontFont, from our latest release FF 59, which includes the highly successful new designs FF Scuba, FF Chartwell and FF Tisa Sans, to the whole host of new features and functionality that we’ve recently added our website. We’re already halfway through the year (yes, we can’t quite believe it!), so it’s now time to announce our ÜberFontFonts for this quarter.

ÜberFontFonts Q2 2012

Our top three ÜberFontFonts for the second quarter of 2012 are:

FF Super Grotesk by Svend Smital is based on a 1930s design by Arno Drescher, the web version of FF Super Grotesk has been particularly popular recently.

The lovable and highly expressive FF Letterine family, which includes FF Letterine, FF Letterine Esagerate, FF Letterine TeatroFF Letterine Archetipetti One and FF Letterine Archetipetti Two by Alessio Leonardi is also climbing the charts and is one of our FF Collection Tier typefaces, a range of affordable priced full family packages (all the weights and font families for an all-inclusive price).

Last but by no means least, our third and final ÜberFontFont for this quarter is the Web FontFont of FF Speak by Jan Maack.

Check out our ÜberFontFonts for the first quarter of 2012