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Bowfin Printworks - Finding Just Your Type - Serif Font Identification Guide - Search Page - Identification Tool
Your selections will be saved after each search. Click here to change. Remember: Skip attributes that are unclear choices Shape of serif Shape of tail Shape of bowl (and if closed bowl: Direction of ear) Stem Connection (and for »at leg«: leg bending) Leg Bending (and if »straight«: leg connection) Leg Connection and Serifs A fuzzy search:Font / Info Designer Digitizer HOME | Free Font ID Service | SerifGuide | Sans Guide | Text version of the Serif List (tab-delimited)Supplier Codes | Type Providers | e-mail | Contribution$ The Serif Font Identification Aid/Guide is Copyright © 2012 by Michael Yanega. Related:  Typo - Fonts Tita CréaDG

WhatFont: L'extension qui identifie une police de caractères Comment connaitre la typographie utilisée sur une page web ? Pour le savoir : utiliser un outil de reconnaissance de caractères, comme l’extension Whatfont. Vous en avez marre de passer du temps sur Identyfont à uploader des captures d’écran pour qu’on vous dise ensuite quelles typos elles contiennent ? Voici un outil qui vous permettra de connaitre instantanément le nom d’une typographie quand vous la croisez sur un site : pas mal pour approfondir sa connaissance du sujet, ou pour un coup de coeur ! Des choix typographiques découle une bonne partie du look & feel d’un site, mais aussi de sa lisibilité. WhatFont : l’extension magique Vous utilisez Google Chrome ? Cette merveilleuse petite application vous permet d’identifier une police de caractère sur toute page ouverte dans votre navigateur d’un simple survol de souris! Comment connaitre la typographie utilisée sur une page web ? Mais, c’est pas le travail du designer ça ?

The Logos of Web 2.0 The Logos of Web 2.0 There is no official standard for what makes something “Web 2.0”, but there certainly are a few tell-tale signs. These new sites usually feature modern web technologies like Ajax and often have something to do with building online communities. But even more characteristic among these brands is their appearance. You can see some of these striking commonalities in Ludwig Gatzke’s compilation of nearly 400 Web 2.0 logos. The Softies A clear trend in new identities is the use of soft, rounded sans serifs dominated by VAG Rounded (AKA Rundschrift), but also including Helvetica Rounded, Arial Rounded, Bryant, and FF Cocon. Oct. 2008 Update — New and underused fonts in this category: Foco, Tondo, FF Netto, Estilo Text, and FF Unit Rounded. The Futurists Some sites are reflecting the technological breakthroughs of Web 2.0 with a look that says “tomorrow’s techno”. The Classics Oct. 2008 Update — Using uncommon alternatives to classic typefaces can ensure a logo is unique.

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The Font Identifier: 12 Top Picks That Will Speed Up Your Workflow Designers have a need for relevant fonts in all creative mediums. Both print and digital design follow a similar track when choosing and composing typography. But there’s always the nuance of actually choosing which font to use. While on the search for a terrific typeface it’s all-too-common to bump into a great font that’s also hard to identify. Thankfully in our modern high-tech era there are plenty of font identifier tools which can help. All of these tools can be accessed using a web browser and they’re a lot more accurate than you might assume. The following resources are meant for designers and developers who often need to identify a particular font. Using a Font Identifier The two distinct methods of font identification are image-based and text-based recognition. When using a font identifier make sure that you have a high-quality sample of the font. Another handy trick is to single out just a few letters. Checking Fonts from an Image WhatTheFont WhatFontIs FontEdge Web Font Typography

80 Beautiful Typefaces For Professional Design Advertisement You don’t like to scroll? Be prepared. (We warned you.) Every now and again designers stumble upon the very same problem: the choice of a unique and beautiful typeface which manages to fulfill three basic tasks. Support the corporate identity, enrich the visual appearance and is compatible with the overall design. So which typefaces are “bulletproof”? We have answers. Let’s take a look at over 80 gorgeous typefaces for professional design, based upon suggestions from designers and web-developers all over the world. Classic Typefaces Classics of typography in a brief overview. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. Further Typefaces The fonts listed below aren’t so well-known. 31. ProcessTypeFoundry4 32. ProcessTypeFoundry5 33. Source6 34. Typetogether 35. Feliciano Type Foundry7 36. Le Monde Courrier8, € 167.4 for 2 PCs 37. Parisine PTF9, € 210 for 8 PCs 38. Source 39. Christian Schwartzl10 40. 41. 42. 43. Source12

Review: New Perspectives in Typography | Nancy Wu Design “New Perspectives in Typography” is a beautifully diverse and refreshingly current collection of the best typography-focused design from international design firms, foundries, publications and everything in between. The title pretty much captures the contents of the book compiled by A2/SW/HK’s Scott Williams and Henrik Kubel. (In addition, the cover design that wraps around the entire softcover book is just as beautifully considered, as are the contents within!) Starting with an in-depth historical review by typophile Paul Shaw, and followed by exploratory essays of the future of typography, artistic perspectives and communications (with Introduction by Rick Poynor), this book succeeds on so many levels.

WordPress: How to keep the line breaks in meta box text area field – Iftakhar's Code Blog If you have worked with the text area field in meta box for WordPress themes or plugins, you already know that the line breaks in these text areas do not show up in the front-end with a regular output of get_post_meta() function. Those of you who haven’t yet figured out how to keep and display those line breaks in front-end view, this post is for you. So, what exactly happens in the text area field of a meta box when you make a new line and save? 1. 2. One thing to mention here – the second method does not work properly for Internet Explorer versions prior to 8. So, there you go. Like this: Like Loading... Massive Collection of Elegant Thin Fonts Typography is one of the most crucial design elements, and as such, finding the most appropriate fonts for your project can be a challenging task. Today we’re making it easy for you, with a collection of 70 free thin fonts that we gathered from the web and that you can download to use right now. Most of them are sans-serif although there are a few serif options as well. Thin fonts are becoming extremely popular these days; their clean lines are perfect for logos and headers. They look great, especially at larger sizes, although they can sometimes also be successfully used for body text, provided there’s enough contrast. All the fonts featured in this compilation are free to use, however some restrictions may apply. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70.

amazon Components Available glyphs Includes over 250 glyphs in font format from the Glyphicon Halflings set. Glyphicons Halflings are normally not available for free, but their creator has made them available for Bootstrap free of cost. As a thank you, we only ask that you include a link back to Glyphicons whenever possible. How to use For performance reasons, all icons require a base class and individual icon class. Don't mix with other components Icon classes cannot be directly combined with other components. Only for use on empty elements Icon classes should only be used on elements that contain no text content and have no child elements. Changing the icon font location Bootstrap assumes icon font files will be located in the .. Change the @icon-font-path and/or @icon-font-name variables in the source Less files. Use whatever option best suits your specific development setup. Accessible icons Modern versions of assistive technologies will announce CSS generated content, as well as specific Unicode characters.

amazon Utiliser des polices différentes sur votre site avec @Font-Face - Suivez le tutoriel @Font-Face est compatible avec les navigateurs : IE 5+ / Chrome / Firefox / Opéra / Safari Quelle méthode utiliser pour changer la police d’un site internet ? Vous avez 3 solutions pour ça. La première c’est sIFR qui permet d’afficher les polices grâce à un script,(JS) . sIFR n’est pas très utilisé en réalité parce qu’il est lourd à gérer et ne permet pas toujours d’arriver au résultat attendu. La seconde passe par les police cufons, il utilise lui aussi le Java pour arriver à ses fins, il est plus répandu mais ils affichent un code souvent apparemment lourd, et même si les spécialistes du référencement assurent que cela n’affecte en rien l’optimisation du texte, il est rassurant de savoir qu’une méthode est acclamée par tous les développeurs: @Font-Face! Cette méthode consiste à “encoder” la police souhaité au format web, puis d’aller donner les informations à votre site, en les appelant dans votre fichier CSS. Je vous ai perdu en route ? Patientez 2 min et voilà ! Exemple: remplacer par