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Here are carefully selected articles about typography and type design that have been published in Smashing Magazine over all the years. Respect Thy Typography Good typography shouldn’t have to rely on ornamental crutches to stand tall. Yet despite all the tools and knowledge available to us, we readily embrace a flourishing, decorative typography, with cheap tricks used in a misguided attempt to make it “pop”.
Typography resources. I am creating my own type blog/magazine and am going to be posting this up soon. It is a list of resources I find helpful for typography. Do you think anything is missing or should be taken out? Am I misrepresenting anything? Suggestions are helpful, and hopefully this entry is helpful as well.
Ce soir mercredi 18 mars à 19 heures c’est: L'apport suisse et le début des images de marques (1935-1960) Amphitéatre 4 à e-artsup , sur le Campus de IONIS Education Group, 14-16 rue Voltaire au Kremlin-Bicêtre (cf plan ci-dessous) Amphithéatre 4 | horaire 19h-21h Graphisme et typographie (des origines à nos jours) Dans le cadre du cycle de conférences des mercredi soir d’ e-artsup par Michel Wlassikoff, historien du graphisme écouter, poser des questions et rencontrer Michel Wlassikoff qui nous conte l’«Histoire du graphisme en France… et ailleurs» à e-artsup institut: Michel Wlassikoff, historien du graphisme, auteur d’Histoire du graphisme en France – Diplômé de l’École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS), Michel Wlassikoff a dirigé Signes, revue de référence consacrée au graphisme; il est l’auteur d’ouvrages historiques dans ce domaine (notamment Histoire du graphisme en France, Musée des arts décoratifs, 2005, réédition en 2008).
The Week in Type Hard to believe that 2011 is coming to a close. Autumn is showing its face, and before you know it, we’ll be Christmas shopping. Some inspiring stuff in this week’s The Week in Type. Sit back and enjoy.
Source: thomasesmith Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Tom Walker of Franking Machine Cartridges Your company letterhead captures the essence of your company’s purpose and style. It’s your brand and identity, and lets your customers know just how professional your company is. Here’s ten tips for designing an effective letterhead for your business. [...] Source: thomasesmith Your company letterhead captures the essence of your company’s purpose and style.
Many people have had some kind of experience using Photoshop and a small number of those people grow to excel in graphic design. An even more minute group understands the principles of design and can tell you the reasons behind why something looks good or bad. One of the biggest areas that people struggle with when learning design is the proper use of typography.
We would all agree that content is the most important aspect of any website. And in most cases content is made up of type. So, as a web designer, it makes sense to have a strong understanding of typography. With that in mind, we rounded up some free ebooks that should help you strengthen your typography skills.
Typography is not only an all-important aspect of design, it is also an art form in and of itself. Choosing the right font, the perfect spacing and even the correct shape of text can be an important factor as to whether a project fails or succeeds. Although Illustrator is not really used for multiple-paged projects, many would agree that it is one of the most powerful applications for creating vector graphics, such as logos, and it is also often used for one-page documents, such as business cards, posters, or postcards. Since we can easily transfer graphics from Illustrator to Photoshop and InDesign, designers often use Illustrator to create vector type that they can then incorporate into projects in another program.
Here are some examples of outstanding typography to help boost your creativity. These are some great print designs, but the typography is what makes them really pop. I picked these because they are all creative uses of typography in beautiful editorial and print design. By DHNN
Mehr Posted on 21. Feb, 2011 | Comment in! The aim was not to make an article as such but to create a useful creative roundup resource, which can be utilized as a book portion for designers to expand their knowledge on how they can use Photoshop in say to make impressive typography techniques. The article have latest collection of typography tutorials , which if the steps are analyze it can to turn Adobe Photoshop and use you an statement on the features of great designing tool. How To Create Floral Theme Typography Using Photoshop and Illustrator Few weeks ago I stumbled on a very beautiful typography poster from Olariu Alex .
Designing around type can be a complicated process, that doesn’t always end in the best looking results. Typography is all around us and can be inspiring if done in the correct way. This is why I have compiled a list of 60 outstanding pieces of typography artwork to help stir up some creativity. Now for the Inspiration Find or print creative posters online. Typography
Learn how to earn $125 or more per hour as a freelancer - Click Here Typography is one of the favorite parts of design for many of us, and finding new and helpful sources of typographical inspiration can often help to improve the use of type in our own work. Last week I launched a new gallery site, TypeInspire , dedicated to typography. I thought it would be worth while for those of you who are typography lovers to point out what I feel are some of the best resources available for receiving inspiration of this kind from the works of other designers.
flisterz : 2nd Sep, 2008 wow! great collection. no 5 is amazing. Dainis Graveris : 2nd Sep, 2008 I really love typography and this list is just excellent! Great list :)