My current favorite font for programming is JetBrains Mono. I use it for VS Code and iTerm.

I use Fira Code for Sublime Text. And I love the default San Francisco Apple font for use in everything else.

Lucida Sans font is nice too (use it with Textual IRC client).

Interesting fonts

  • Monaco

  • Inter - Typeface specially designed for user interfaces with focus on high legibility of small-to-medium sized text on computer screens.

  • Public Sans - Strong, neutral, principles-driven, open source typeface for text or display.

  • Cascadia Code - Fun, new monospaced font that includes programming ligatures and is designed to enhance the modern look and feel of the Windows Terminal.

  • Leon Sans - Geometric sans-serif typeface made with code in 2019 by Jongmin Kim.

  • Codeface - Typefaces for source code beautification.

  • JetBrains Mono - Typeface for Developers. (HN) (Code)

  • Iosevka - Slender typeface for code, from code. (HN)

  • Noto - Font for all the world's languages.

  • Cozette - Bitmap programming font optimized for coziness.

  • Jost

  • MonoLisa

  • Recursive Sans & Mono - Variable font family for code & UI. (Code)

  • Baudelaire - Modern transitional serif typeface.

  • Fira Sans - Mozilla's new typeface, used in Firefox OS. (Code)

  • Sohne

  • Sparks - Typeface for creating sparklines in text without code.

  • BLOKK - Gives you a nice fill text for mock-ups and wireframing without the lorem ipsum.

  • Scunthorpe Sans - Self-censoring font. (HN)

  • Amstelvar - Parametric variable font by David Berlow. (Code)