Kerning is fun! All right, unless you’re a serious type nerd like me, that’s definitely not going to be a true statement. However, it is an absolutely essential part of your typographical education and implementation.
If you’ve been ignoring kerning or simply aren’t sure how to do it properly, take a look at these eight quick tips and get started on the road to becoming a kerning master.August 31st, 2011 Posted in Typography
Yesterday we brought you part one of our ten do’s and don’t for working with typography. Today we’ll wrap up with five more!
Read on to see if you’re guilty of any of the following blunders and how to make sure you never do it again.August 17th, 2011 Posted in Typography
So you love typography, who doesn’t these days? The question is, how sloppy are you when it comes to implementing type in your designs?
Today we’re dishing up some great and simple typography tips that everyone who works with type should know. Whether you’re an expert or a beginner, read on to see if you’re guilty of any of these pitfalls.August 16th, 2011 Posted in Typography
Headlines are one of the most important elements on your page and are often the starting point that sets the tone for the entire design. So why not make them great?
Today we’ll take a look at seven different design techniques that you can implement in a minute or less that will boost your headline from plain to awesome.August 4th, 2011 Posted in Typography
Everyone loves a good typography roundup. Type is the muse of so many extremely talented designers and the web is simply overflowing with beautiful examples just waiting to inspire you to create your own masterpiece.
Today we’ve got a collection of fifty of the most attractive typographic art pieces we could find from artists all over the world. Take a look!June 2nd, 2011 Posted in Typography
When you’re working on a retro design, one of the key elements that you have to nail is the typography. Each typeface has an implicit suggestion of a decade and having a full arsenal of fonts helps you prepare for all kinds of design scenarios.
Below we’ve compiled ten of our favorite free retro fonts from around the web. They’re all really beautiful and definitely worth a download.January 18th, 2011 Posted in Typography
Slab serif fonts are quite stylish and attractive and are versatile enough to be used in many different contexts. They’re also currently very popular among web designers everywhere.
If you’ve been wondering where other designers are snagging these great slab serifs, look no further than the collection of twelve free fonts below.December 8th, 2010 Posted in Typography
Did you know that the ampersand comes from the phrase “and per se and?” Or that it originated around 1st century AD as a combination of the Roman cursive letters E and T? Even more interesting than its history and origin is its fantastic shape, which designers are constantly using as a muse for a new piece of typographical art.
Below you’ll find over thirty excellent inspirational images that feature ampersands as a primary element. Looking through these will help you learn to take advantage of what is arguably the most attractive character on your keyboard.November 18th, 2010 Posted in Typography
The idea that web designers ignore typography is officially dead. In recent years countless tools and services have sprung up to meet the need of making the web a more type-friendly place, and they’re succeeding.
Today we bring you a huge list of awesome websites for all things related to web fonts. You’ll find sites offering free fonts, web font services, font building tools, previewing utilities, and a lot more!October 21st, 2010 Posted in Typography
Today we bring you an awesome collection of free fonts that you can download and start using immediately. These fonts are scripts but tend towards the masculine side rather than being all swirly girly.
Give them a shot and let us know what you think!September 17th, 2010 Posted in Typography