Being a blogger, I often find design elements on the web for my posts or my blog in general. It’s becoming a very common experience for bloggers to know a thing or two about web design. I’m guessing it is the web that taught us to be quasi-designers by offering us lots of easy-to-use tools that help us create just about everything we need: photo-editing, widgets, logos, buttons, and yes, fonts as well. Fonts are a big focus of the Web2.0 era—they are now bigger, cleaner and smoother, especially when it comes to logos. Can you imagine Techcrunch’s logo looking like this? It’s all dependent on font choice. The Font Kingdom: Search, Explore, Create, and Download Fonts fo
Starting with @font-face October 05, 2009 I’ve been using Cufón off and on since writing about font embedding back in May. It’s a great hack, but browser progress since that time has been making me feel that the native CSS @font-face rule is becoming increasingly viable. Or, at least enough so that it seems like it’s time to start dabbling. Yes, I know of TypeKit.
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Fonts Used In Logos of Popular Design Blogs | Build Internet! I got in touch with a good number of design blogs with one question – What font do you use in your logo? I got back a hefty amount of responses and found out the rest through some top notch detective work (a special thanks goes out to all those who replied back). We’ve got quite a diverse amount of fonts to keep you interested, so have at it soldier! Woork Up – FFF Forward
The Best of Type This year has been a great year for type, with many new releases. Some of them are exceptional. Following is a list of my personal favourites of the past year. This is by no means an exhaustive list; there are, in fact, many others deserving of accolades. My favourite typefaces of 2008 | i love typography, the typograp
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Advertisement Every now and again we take a look around, select “fresh” high-quality free fonts and present them to you in a brief overview. The choice is enormous, so the time you need to find them is usually the time you should be investing in your current projects. We search for them and we find them, so you don’t have to. In this selection we’re glad to present you Aller Sans, Mayberry Pro SemiBold, Quicksand, Agrafa Hairline, Sketch Rockwell, Megalopolis Extra and a couple of other high-quality free fonts. Please read the license agreements carefully before using the fonts — the license can change from time to time.
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Typography - 20+ Quality Free Sans Serif Fonts I’ve been meaning to compile this list for a little while now. I’m following up my post, 20+ Beautiful Serif Fonts, with a list of equally beautiful, equal quality sans serif fonts. As we all know, you can never get enough good quality fonts.
Advertisement Every now and again we take a look around, select “fresh” high-quality free fonts and present them to you in a brief overview. The choice is enormous, so the time you need to find them is usually the time you should be investing in your current projects. We search for them and we find them, so you don’t have to. Free Fonts Of The Month: Myndraine, Museo Sans « Smashing Magazi
10 Beautiful and free must have Serif Fonts If you are looking for new interesting fonts, here is a collection of ten beautiful, free and must have serif typefaces for the web and print. This collection includes Medio, Jura, Fontin, Sling, Calluna, Lido STF, Salernomi, Novello Pro, Steinem, TeX Gyre Schola. 1.
Font sizing in CSS sounds as though it should be easy. Until you try it. Many developers use the force; they tinker with the font-size property until it looks right only to find it’s different in another browser. A little understanding can go a long way… The font-size Property The font-size property can be set for any HTML tag (even if it would not normally contain textual content like br). CSS Font-Sizing: a Definitive Guide
I am big fan of typography myself and was surprised I haven’t done any good font collection yet! While doing research I was amazed how many really high quality fonts are available for free. And now with Sifr and similar tools you can use any font in your web-design actually, but if you are graphic designer you get even bigger enjoyment through such detailed and beautiful fonts. Balance between readability, elegance and use fonts with artistic approach to get best out of them, really that’s all you need to do.
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