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10 Free Beautiful Calligraphic Fonts Mar 05 2010 By Paul Viluda The word “calligraphy” is derived from two Greek words, denoting “beautiful writing”. The Secret Of Successful Minimal Font Usage Minimal fonts can awesomely enhance any artwork if used properly. You can see more and more websites using minimal fonts in their designs. Personally I love the neat look of bold minimal font in a minimal design. In this article you’re going to find some tips together with stunning examples to learn more about minimal font usage in web design. While minimalism seems easy – it really isn’t, it takes great skill to come up with something clean, professional and unique at the same time! Let’s jump into art of minimal fonts?
75 Professional Free Fonts from 2012 to Spice up Your Typography I love these geek jokes, but enough joking. This year is nearly half over and I bet you’re thirsty for new fonts. Good typography is sexy and pleasing to look at. No matter what type of designer you are, you shouldn’t ignore the art of letters.
25 Best Free Calligraphy Fonts 25 Best Free Calligraphy Fonts: Typography including font style, font size etc. are very important part of website. Even if you have an amazing design for your website, till you have readable content in it, your website wouldn’t serve the purpose. You want your readers to read the website content and you can succeed to do the same with effective use of fonts. Similarly, while creating logos and banners, effective use of fonts is important. Type palettes BY CHUCK GREEN Is the primary purpose of document design aesthetic? To my way of thinking—no. The first and, by far, the most important role of design is to map out the message. No matter how entertaining and visually exciting it is, the success of an ad, a brochure, or a newsletter is gauged by results alone—how many people are moved to action. Typography plays a dual role in design. First and foremost it transmits the message.
20 Supreme Free Fonts for Serious Designers Written on Tuesday, August 30th, 2011 in Resources Quality fonts are essential to make any project look great. They can either make or break your design and thus should be chosen very carefully. Yes, the internet is plastered with thousands of fonts, but how do you separate the fresh from the rotten?