If you are planning to design a website, then you have to consider the wide font option as one of your main design concepts. There is no need to worry if you are not aware of wide typeface options as there are numerous web designers who can help you out with your selection. There are many factors to be considered while designing a website. Your website’s content and the overall design concept should be kept in mind before you make your final decision. Here are some helpful tips to consider while selecting a typeface for your website.
Commercial Projects: There are different types of commercial projects like magazines, newspapers, brochures, business cards etc that requires wide fonts so that they can be read easily by the readers. There are many professional designers who are skilled in creating typeface and graphic designs using the wide type family.
There are many different styles of fonts available in the market today. The wide fonts come in different weights and sizes as per the requirements of different typeface designs. There is a vast variety of fonts to choose from such as Times New Roman, Arial, Helvetica, Futura, Palatino, and Arial.
Wide Bold Text Fonts
1. Sequel 100 Wide
Sequel 100 Wide is a static sans-serif or neogrotesque with generous horizontal proportions. A variant of the original Sequel Sans, it considerably expands the stylistic scope of the Sequel superfamily. In addition to its wider letterforms, it has got a larger x-height, slightly shifting the historical flavor from the 1950s to the 1960s. Yet, at its core, it’s as clean and functional as the main font family, with perfectly horizontal stroke endings and vertical terminals. Six weights from 45 (Regular) to 95 (Black), matching italics, and limitless possible interpolations by means of two Variable Fonts offer a rich typographic palette for any situation.
2. Corbert Wide
A geometric sans serif typeface influenced by Bauhaus and the early modernist era. Precise shapes are optically adjusted to create a clear, natural typeface with excellent legibility. Corbert is a regular, self-evident design that works well across a wide range of applications.
3. Impact Wide
Impact wide was developed from the designer’s original drawings for the production of ‘Impact’ metal type, with many detail changes because of the density of the letters. These include the restoration of the bevelled i and j dots of the original. Character maps show some useful alternative characters in both roman and italic. Included are a crossbar numeral 1, mirror quotes and some sorts which were cast in metal but never reproduced in digitized versions of the typeface. There is also a font-specific Euro symbol. (Impact is a trademark of The Type Museum, London).
4. Reservation Wide
Reservation Wide is intended for headlines with its relatively snug letterspacing and extended forms. Its simplicity will accommodate smaller sizes and lower resolution displays. OpenType Stylistic Alternates for characters ‘a’, ‘g’ and ‘t’ lend an even simpler finish.
The hand-drawn curves and angled stroke endings temper the otherwise rigid proportions of the family. This painterly tendency becomes more apparent in the heavier weights keeping them from looking too imposing.
5. TEMPER Wide
Temper Wide was designed in 2018 by OGJ in Berlin.
6. Clarendon Wide
By overwhelming popular demand, this is the wide display companion to Canada Type’s Clarendon Text family. It comes in ten styles: regular, medium, bold, with small caps and oldstyle Figures counterparts, as well as stencil and sketch versions of the regular and the bold. All the fonts come equipped with superscripts/numerators, denominators, and scientific inferiors. The OpenType fonts also contain automatic fractions and class-based kerning.
The Clarendon Wide fonts are available in all popular formats. Language support includes Western, Central and Eastern European character sets, as well as Baltic, Esperanto, Maltese, Turkish, and Celtic/Welsh languages.
Hand written, easy to use, universal everyday font.
8. Egyptian Wide
Egyptian Wide is a typeface published by SoftMaker.
9. Obvia Wide
‘Obvia’ appeared as a result of direct observation on typefaces classified as geometric and the plan to explore for the first time width axes Condensed, Narrow (soon), Normal and new Wide and Expanded. The idea behind ‘Obvia’s design was to create a distancing from geometrically pure shapes, in this case, square shapes. Then some details were added, such as subtle inktraps, concave endings of the stems and carefully drawn alternate characters, giving a ‘geohumanist’ tone to the font. This first family of ‘Obvia’ has 9 weights ranging from Thin to Black, delivering a strong typographic identity, from the paper to the pixel.
10. Wide Display
Unicase wide slab-serif with numerous alternatives and decorative elements. In Ribbon styles kerning for black ribbons released as Discretionary Ligatures. Lets do wide!
11. Hellenic Wide
Hellenic Wide is a slab serif typeface digitally revived for the Jukebox library from the ATF original. Its strong horizontal letterforms give it a classic mid 20th century look.
12. State Wide
Say hello to State, this family is inspired by sport and a further development on Comply Slab.
This family of fonts has some bold letters as well as stylistic alternates to give your layouts some interesting variation. State comes in 3 styles, Regular, Soft and Rough each with 7 weights and italics. It was specifically designed with a wider structure for better appearance in small sizes and the extra attention to the detail was needed for the big sizes.
13. Spasi Decorative Wide Serif
Spasi Decorative Wide Serif is a Vintage Serif Monospaced Typeface that inspired by many vintage mechanical/electromechanical machine typewriter keys design back in the 1874s, with the modern-retro looks, it’ll fit various different design needs.
14. Deco Wide JNL
A unique and stylized type design with Art Deco influence was found within the French publication “Modèles de lettres modernes par Georges Léculier” (“Models of Modern Letters by Léculier”).
15. Thousand Extra Wide Sans Serif
SA Thousand Extra Wide Sans Serif will perfect for many project: fashion, magazines, logo, branding, photography, invitations, wedding invitation, quotes, blog header, poster, advertisements, postcard, book, websites, etc.
16. Egyptian Wide
A revival of one of the popular wooden type fonts of the 19th century, suitable for display, short ascenders and descenders, pronounced slab serifs.
17. WidestPen, pen like font very wide
Font that simulate and feel of natural wide pen. It’s good for casual display is posters, headline and such, with dominant and bold feeling.
18. Copperplate Wide
Copperplate Wide is remotely based on the traditional Copperplate typeface that can be seen on many business cards. I have completely redrawn the typeface in a much wider version and without those stubby little serifs. In the place of the lowercase letters I put a very slim version of the font to give you more options. You can either use the wide letters or the narrow ones – or – you can mix both to get something completely new. It works great!
19. Jingle Wide
ingle Wide was designed by George Ryan and published by ArFF. Jingle Wide contains 1 style.
20. Storehouse Font
Storehouse Font is an old fashioned typeface with a modern touch. Inspired by tradition, hardworking brewers and 1800s it come up with 10 strong, confident and powerful styles, included: Regular, Italic, Thin, Black, Outline, Shadow, Used, Wide, Soft and Stencil.
With Storehouse font you get 10 vector shapes that match with a font.
The font looks great when put on signs, shirts or labels of the bottles. Also, it works perfect as font for a branding and commercial uses.
21. Thorowgood Wide
One of the original Clarendon types, an English design, here derived from a specimen taken from an American foundry, no identifying marks. With a tall x-height, wide version, unlike more traditional Clarendons, not a square serif but bracketed. Unique to this Clarendon are the rounded openings at the points where the horizontal and vertical stems meet in the capital B, D, P and R, not common in other Clarendons.
22. Kusanagi – Futuristic Font
Kusanagi is a wide futuristic font with alternate letters. The font features a mix of sharp and rounded corners, narrow spacing to accommodate for the wide letters and has a blocky feel to it, making it ideal for titles, subtitles and UI.
23. Bunken Tech Sans Wide
Bunken Tech Sans Wide follows in the best tradition of the straight-lined and somewhat angular structures of its predecessors while offering a much more open and mild design.
The shapes of the letters are therefore reduced to the most essential elements: The spurs on a, b, n and other lower case letters occur just as little as decorative or style details, the lightly rounded inside edges are more pleasing to the eye than certain historic role models and make for a harmonic, flowing style.
Wordwalker is a freehand casual marker script that designed to appear as if it was written by wide marker. This original look will appeal to a wide range of crafty ideas, from letterheads and titles, to stationery. A clean legible style yet friendly & fun. Wordwalker features extended characters, containing West European diacritics & ligatures, making it suitable for international environments & publications.
25. Metroflex Wide
Metroflex Wide was published by GarageFonts. Metroflex Wide contains 20 styles and family package options.
Bizmo font family is meant for display, it’s characteristic is in it’s wide letterform which is suitable for use in large or long spaces.
27. Oksana Sans Wide
Oksana Sans Wide is designed for short and big texts. It has six weights from Thin to Heavy.
28. MCM Hellenic Wide
Victory Type Studios is pleased to announce the release of MCM Hellenic Wide, the first typeface from the upcoming Mid-Century Modern Collection–a set of vintage American typefaces rescued from the dustbin of history and rendered for digital use.
You’ve seen it before. But it’s been a while… MCM Hellenic Wide is an extended slab-serif typeface that was painted on railroad cars and stamped on posters; it was found in textbooks and once proudly graced letterheads.
29. Ezra – Modern Sans
Ezra Sans is a casual and modern sans. With slightly wide form and modern details, this font looks more casual for your any project and designs. This font also contain an alternate in selected characters that will make this font even more stunning. You can use it for a tittle, logo, quotes, or become a pairing in any font. This font also support multi language!
30. Aaux Next Wide
The new recut expands the family to an enormous 72 typefaces! The original has spawned Compressed, Condensed and Wide subsets—all with corresponding weights—for complete flexibility. Additionally, all of the original weight variants have all been incorporated within the OpenType shell: Small Caps and Old Style Figures are there along with new tabular figures, numerators and denominators, expanded f-ligatures and a complete Central European character set.