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What type are you?

What type are you?

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21 Incredible Fonts That Shouldn’t Be Free EmailEmail Just like non-verbal communication, clothing, voice and other factors besides words give you a feeling about what someone is saying, fonts also define how a written document is presented to its readers. So the quickest way to improve your message is actually choosing the right font! Luckily, the best things in life are for free, and we even did the searching work for you. What's The Difference Between A Font And A Typeface? One of the major traps, when talking about type, is mixing up fonts with typefaces or treating them as synonymous. Many a typographic expert has haughtily corrected a beginner for mistakenly using the word font when he or she should have said typeface. To those of us who think about fonts only when choosing one in Microsoft Word, the distinction between the terms can seem confusing, esoteric, and even arcane. In brief: A font is what you use, a typeface is what you see.

Wenting Zhang's 100 days project Typedia In a nutshell, Typedia is a community website to classify typefaces and educate people about them. Think of it like a mix between IMDb and Wikipedia, but just for type. Anonymous Pro Anonymous Pro (2009) is a family of four fixed-width fonts designed with coding in mind. Anonymous Pro features an international, Unicode-based character set, with support for most Western and Central European Latin-based languages, plus Greek and Cyrillic. Anonymous Pro is based on an earlier font, Anonymous™ (2001), my TrueType version of Anonymous 9, a Macintosh bitmap font developed in the mid-’90s by Susan Lesch and David Lamkins. Anonymous Pro is distributed with the Open Font License (OFL). There are two versions: Anonymous Pro and Anonymous Pro Minus.

Best Free Fonts of 2010 Last week we kicked off our “Best of 2010″ series by showing you the best free WordPress themes released in the past year. This week the focus is on fonts. There were a ton of remarkable free fonts put out in 2010, so it was very difficult picking our favorites. Nevertheless, we did it and here they are…the best free fonts of 2010.

8 Fresh and Free High-Quality Fonts It’s been over a month since we’ve posted any freebies here on WDL, but hopefully now we can get back on our regular schedule of one “freebie” post per week. Over the past few days, I’ve been on the lookout for fonts, and I’ve managed to find some very good ones. So, here they are: 8 Fresh and Free High-Quality Fonts.

Create Your Free Website 1. Choose a website template 2. Customize it the way you want 3. 10 New High-Quality Free Fonts for Your Designs We’re always on the look out for high-quality freebies for our readers. Whether it’s Photoshop brushes or icons, we love finding top notch free files and sharing them with you. We do the searching so you don’t have to. This saves you time and helps you focus on what’s important.

Vintage Visual Language: The Story of Isotype by Maria Popova The Transformer: Principles of Making Isotype Charts is the first English-language volume to capture the story of Isotype, an essential foundation for our modern visual language dominated by pictograms in everything from bathroom signage to computer interfaces to GOOD’s acclaimed Transparencies. The real cherry on top is a previously unpublished essay by Marie Neurath, who was very much on par with Otto as Isotype’s co-inventor, written a year before her death in 1986 and telling the story of how she carried on the Isotype legacy after Otto’s death in 1946. Richly illustrated and contextualized with fascinating historical essays, The Transformer is a vital primer for a visual langauge that not only frames much of today’s communication but also speaks to us on a powerful intuitive level.

Gamma 1.0 for output in Max 2014 Share with your friends! Note: In 3ds Max 2014 / V-Ray 3.0… gamma works fine by default and there’s nothing to set anymore! This is “Autogamma” – Check out here to know more How to Choose the Right Typeface for Your Website – ExpandTheRoom – Medium 3. Solve for your project’s unique challenges. Each typeface has specific features to solve unique design challenges. Some typefaces are better suited for your project than others. Here’s a few bells and whistles to look for before committing to a typeface: superfamilies, optical sizes, a range of widths and weights, language support, and font features. Understanding The Difference Between Type And Lettering Advertisement Coming out of the grunge, graffiti and David Carson era through the ’90s, there has been a major resurgence of interest in typography. We have seen a number of designers and artists make their careers out of designing type or custom lettering, and it has become common to list typography among our skills and disciplines.

How To Draw The Human Head This is a personal collection of mine collected over the web, unfortunately I don’t know which are the authors of these works, so if somebody knows I’m going to be really happy to give the credits to them. Hope to enjoy it. Never stop practice. Andrew Loomis, from the Book “How to Draw the Head and Hands” 10 poses of the head

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