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Psykopaint - Create and paint amazing art from photos Identify Fonts On Websites Easily – Fount Fount is a free-to-use bookmarklet that instantly identifies fonts used in a web page. Once activated, just click on any text and it displays the font name, size and weight in a growl-like notification. It doesn't requires re-activation and any number of text can be clicked repeatedly. For disabling it, clicking the bookmarklet is enough. Fount is a useful and tiny companion for typography inspiration and works in all major browsers.

Turn a Photo into a Pattern If you have a Rapid Resizer account, please log in before contacting us. For basic instructions, see the getting started guide. Manage your account here. If you're looking for help with the old Rapid Resizer & Pattern Wizard, their knowledge base is here. There was a glitch while sending your message. Thanks for contacting us. You may need to check your spam folder for our reply. Comment identifier la police de caractère utilisée sur une image En visionnant des affiches, logos ou même des infographies, il arrive parfois que les typographies utilisées nous interpelles sans que l’on soit capable de la reproduire. L’idéal serait de pouvoir identifier la police de caractère automatiquement et justement, il existe un service en ligne gratuit pour cela. Amis webmasters et autres amateurs de typographie donc, je vous invite a tester WhatTheFont. Le principe est simple, il suffit d’uploader l’image (2 MB maxi) avec les caractères pour lesquels vous souhaitez connaitre la police ou spécifier une URL si l’image est en ligne. Le service se charge ensuite d’identifier la police et vous envoie les liens où vous pouvez la télécharger. Quelques recommandations quant à la qualité de l’image à soumettre à WhatTheFont : Vous pouvez retrouver ces conseil ainsi que d’autres, en anglais directement sur le site de l’appli.

ITC Oldbook Regular - desktop font Try this font now! Simply choose the font, colors and size. Then enter your text and click the 'Change Sample Text' button. Your text will appear below. Try this font now! View available characters! What is Typography and it's Role in Design “Typography speaks louder than words”, how many of you believe on this statement? Alas, now many of you because there are so many high quality designers who don’t know the value and role of typography in design. There are so many words use in our web designs and graphic design to portray our brand identity, our services and many other things relevant to our business. But the main thing is how you can express your business to millions of people all around the world. You wouldn’t write “rock and roll” with a cursive font; same way that you wouldn’t write “peace” in flashing boldfaced angular letters. What is Typography Typography is, quite simply the art and technique of arranging typeface. In other simple words, you can say that typography is the process of creating a visual picture of your business by using words without any fancy fonts involved. What is Typeface A Typeface is set of Characters that share common design features. Regular Regular Italic Bold Bold Italic Brief History

Calendar 2013 by Cara Carmina Illustration and by Typogenik Close Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account. Both registration and sign in support using Google and Facebook accounts. Escape will close this window. Welcome back Nice — you already have an Etsy account. Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Google Forgot your password? Forgot your username or email? Reopen your account? Editors’ Picks Winter fashion accessories Romantic jewelry gifts DIY craft projects Wedding style guide Tech trends Comfy and cosy For kids & baby Vintage interior design <div id="javascript-nag" class="notice alert alert-warning notice"><div class="alert-message pt-xs-2 pb-xs-2"> Take full advantage of our site features by enabling JavaScript. This Item is Unavailable 4 out of 5 stars. Browse Similar Items CARA CARMINA, Colour, Yourself, Dress... $55.00 CAD couleurmoi Ring Carmina $60.56 CAD LesBohemiennesf... Frida Kahlo inspired series with the talented Cara Carmina... $75.00 CAD JJanssonPhotogr... Carmina earrings Help PX to EM conversion made simple. Jun 11, 2011 How to make a waving paper doll card Download and cut out pieces PDF or DXF or SVG Create face on paper doll To make eyes and glasses like mine glue the white eye blanks on the black glasses. Draw eyes and eyeliner with a fine point marker. (Oops, the whites of the eyes didn't show up in this picture!) Assemble arms and legs Select the leg pieces you need. Glue sleeves to arm pieces. Fold the separators (connected circles) in half to make two doubled piece. Assemble body Attach a large glue dot to head of a paper fastener (brad). Slide a separator onto the paper fastener and push it up to the bottom of the head of the paper fastener, until it adheres to the sticking-out rim of the glue dot. Put it all together Slide an arm/leg piece onto the fastener, then the second separator, then the other arm/leg piece. Stick head/body piece to glue dot at the X. Glue shirt and skirt to body, covering the head of the paper fastener. Poke paper fastener through front of card.

FontStruct | Build, Share, Download Fonts Download Futura Poster Font الْعَرَبيّة - Deutsch - Español - Français - 日本 - 한국말 - Português - Türkçe - 中文 Top 10 Typography Tools for Web Designers Typography happens to be the key factor for web designing these days. It can be quite challenging and fascinating to work with typography. A plethora of tools have come up to let you build your own fonts and insert them into your designs, with ease. In this post, I`m going to introduce you some great typography tools, which will be very useful and quite time saving. TypeTester Typetester lets you to compare the fonts and style on the screen. CSS Type Set If you want to experiment with different styles and attributes, then CSS Type set is a great tool. FontStruct FontStruct is a free typography tool that allows you to create your fonts in a much easy way. FontBurner This tool allows you to include custom fonts to your site. IdentiFont This tool happens to be the largest independent digital fonts directory over the web. Typotheque Font Combinator This tool allows you to see how different fonts work together. What The Font PX to EM Fontifier LinoType Font Identifier

Basic Tips On Typography For Web Design Sometimes even the smallest details can have a big impact on the way a website looks. Typography is a perfect example of one of those small details. It is also one of the most overlooked design elements on the majority of websites. Even if the rest of the layout and graphics are well-designed, the end result can be unattractive or difficult to read with the wrong typography. There are a number of typography tips and tricks that you can use to improve the looks and readability of your website, however. Tweaking the following oft-overlooked areas can make a huge difference and possibly increase readership and the amount of time visitors spend on your site. Simple Fonts One of the biggest novice typography mistakes is choosing overly decorative fonts, like script fonts, on their websites. Color As mentioned, text on a website should be easy to read and easy on the eyes. Serif vs. Serif fonts have small protrusions or accents at the end of each letter stroke, while sans-serif fonts do not.

Classification Vox-Atypi Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. En typographie, la classification Vox-Atypi permet de classer les polices de caractères en douze grandes familles. Inventée par Maximilien Vox en 1952, elle a été adoptée en 1962 par l'Association typographique internationale (ATypI). Historique[modifier | modifier le code] La classification Vox-ATypI définit des archétypes de caractères, mais en réalité une police peut très bien hériter des caractéristiques d'une, deux ou trois familles. Famille des caractères classiques[modifier | modifier le code] Les humanes[modifier | modifier le code] Les humanes rassemblent les premiers caractères romains créés au XVe siècle par les imprimeurs vénitiens, s'inspirant des manuscrits humanistes de l'époque. Ces polices s'inspirent notamment de la minuscule caroline, imposée par Charlemagne dans son empire. Les garaldes[modifier | modifier le code] Les réales[modifier | modifier le code] Famille des caractères modernes[modifier | modifier le code]