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Flauntr flauntR flauntR is a free online suite of digital photoediting tools that provides a range of features that are typically only been available in expensive photoediting software. RIA Application build on Adobe Flex The FlauntR RIA (Rich Internet Application) application has been widely cited as an example of intuitive user interface design and use of cutting edge technology. The FlauntR interface engineered using Adobe Flex, Flash and J2EE technologies has been featured on and the Yahoo Gallery among others. Social Network Integration and Facebook Application flauntR features extensive and indepth integrations with over 16 social networks and Web2.0 applications including Facebook, Bebo, Flickr, Picasa, Open Social among others.flauntR is available as an application on Facebook, Bebo and will also be integrating with a range of other sites.

Pixenate - Edit photos online, fast and easily - No plugins required. font-family - font's available for CSS (most common) This is a legacy document, and retained on the site in order to avoid link rot. The content is likely no longer (a) accurate, (b) representative of the views and philosophies of current site management, or (c) up to date. Font-family A question often asked is for a definitive list of fonts available on either Mac or pc. * < SPAN STYLE="font-family: Arial;" > * < SPAN STYLE="font-family: Arial Black;" > * < SPAN STYLE="font-family: Comic Sans MS;" > * < SPAN STYLE="font-family: Courier;" > * < SPAN STYLE="font-family: Courier New;" > * < SPAN STYLE="font-family: Georgia;" (found after screen shot) > * < SPAN STYLE="font-family: Helvetica;" > * < SPAN STYLE="font-family: Impact;" > * < SPAN STYLE="font-family: Palatino;" > * < SPAN STYLE="font-family: Times New Roman;" > * < SPAN STYLE="font-family: Trebuchet MS;" (found after screen shot) > * < SPAN STYLE="font-family: Verdana;" > Sue Sims

Phixr Audiko 10 Web Typography Rules Every Designer Should Know When someone visits a website you’ve designed, the odds are that they don’t care much about the colors, images or sounds, they’re immediately looking at the text. No matter how many bells and whistles you’ve built into a website, everyone relies on text to accomplish whatever they’re visiting the site to do. That alone should make typography, the art of arranging type, a priority for any web designer. In this article we take a look at 10 easy rules to keep in mind when designing your next web project. 1. With a design like JonesingFor a designer without a great grasp of the text would have struggled to put together the typography that makes this site really work. Some web designers think that just copying and pasting out of a text file constitutes the total of their textual duties. You can kick your typography up yet another notch, if you can read through the text once it’s in place in your design. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. It’s not possible to entirely avoid serifs, of course.

Free Dingbats for free at (520 fonts / 31 pages) Free Fonts FlamerDate added: 5/28/2010 | Downloads: 4072 JI BelfryDate added: 5/28/2010 | Downloads: 3413 BONESDate added: 5/28/2010 | Downloads: 3095 AnimalsDate added: 5/28/2010 | Downloads: 3056 Zartz! Slinked Date added: 5/28/2010 | Downloads: 2852 AkhenatenDate added: 5/28/2010 | Downloads: 2761 Commercial Fonts Rock itDate added: 5/28/2010 | Downloads: 1455 Loading 10 Typography Tips to Bring your Skills to the Next Level An often overlooked aspect of web design, by those just starting out, is typography. In fact, web designers that have been around for a couple years even have a tendency to overlook and undervalue the power of typography. Don’t be mistaken though, it’s one of the most powerful tools web designers have. In this article, we’ll review ten web typography tips that will bring your typographic design skills to the next level. 1. Leading Leading is the space between lines of text and probably one of the more commonly known elements of typography. I generally stick with about 2-5pt’s larger leading than font size depending on the type face, size, etc. and how it feels reading it. 2. Measure seems to be overlooked quite often in many of the templates I review. Measure is the width of your text. This will be a little harder to show you at a normal font size so I’ve reduced the font sizes for the example below. 3. On the web it’s not a good idea to use justified text alignment. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

@font-face and 15 Free Fonts You Can Use Today Fonts are a huge part of design (as we all know). Text on the web needs to be much more dynamic than in any other media. We have solutions like Cufón, sIFR, etc. but perhaps one of the better options is using @font-face in CSS. We’ll take a quick look at using @font-face in CSS and 15 great free fonts you can start using today. What is @font-face? @font-face is a CSS rule that lets web designers link to a font that visitors may not have installed. Once the font is linked, it is used just like you would use any other font in your CSS. You MUST be sure the font you intend on using is appropriately licensed for @font-face linking/embedding. Why Use @font-face? @font-face doesn’t rely on any technologies other than good’ol CSS, the font file you want to use and a capable browser. Browser compatibility is getting much better too. While that still leaves a lot of web users without @font-face support, it’s okay because they will just get another font in your font stack. Here’s what we get. ttf2eot