Did you know that most experts recommend sans serif fonts for presentations? However, this is not a hard and fast rule. A better rule is that whatever font you use; make sure that everyone in the last row can read it clearly. Sometimes fonts are a great way to perk up a presentation, especially if you are using a presentation style like Lessig’s. Here are some websites that help you with fonts.
1001 Free Fonts As the name suggests, this site has an extensive collection of fonts. They have a feature called Ultimate Font Download that lets you download 10,000 fonts with one click. It also has a great collection of articles about fonts, the best font creating software, and the latest news updates on fonts.
Simply the best Fonts This is a plain and simple font download website. They have a huge collection of freeware and commercial purchase fonts, listed alphabetically or according to font types.
Manfred Klein’s collection Though there is a limited collection here, Klein’s designer fonts are great for presentations. If you want to make something look like it’s from a worn out mid 15th century manuscript for instance, you can just use his ParmaCrazy font for instant results. They are free to download and use.