There are more and more resources on web typography emerging every day, so here is a list of some of the most useful web font sources with @font-face licenses:
- FontSpring – Open type fonts for your desktop and webfonts for your sites.
- Fontdeck – Fontdeck is the professional webfonts solution. You only pay for the fonts you need, when you need them.
- FontShop Webfonts – Web font service on selection of their fonts deemed suitable for web use. Includes handly little tool Fontfonter to see how the fonts look in a website.
- Typekit – One of the first web font services, also has quite a useful blog.
- Typotheque – Web Font Service enables you to use custom fonts in your website using the @font-face rule in CSS.
- Fonts.com from Monotype – Web font service using Monotype fonts.
- Extensis WebInk – High-quality fonts for your websites. Easily use professional type from trusted foundries in the sites you design.
Also worth mentioning some of this year’s Atypi workshops which is being held in Dublin which focus on web typography and web fonts.