We all use Google for the simplest tasks. Word definitions, food recipes, DIY tutorials for both professional and personal purposes, but when’s the last time you tried a Google font? If you’re not sure, we’ll start the countdown with PT, a serif font designed by ParaType.
PT comes with a selection of uppercase and lowercase letters suitable for both headlines and texts, as well as numbers, symbols, and punctuations which you can combine for UX and UI designs, posters, brochures, and even book projects and agendas. And like all great fonts, PT gives you a selection of weights including regular and bold styles, both with an italic option available. In addition to having a libre license, it also comes with standard Western, Central European and Cyrillic code pages, so you can freely add it to your projects with no restrictions.