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Desktop and @font-face fonts FontStruct 30 of the Best Web Typography Resources Online | Webdesigner Dep It seems there are two camps among web designers: those who embrace web typography, experiment with it, and try new things in virtually all of their designs; and those who avoid it like the plague, opting to use standard, web-safe font stacks with little variation. It also seems like a lot of the designers who fall into the second group wish they were more like the first. The resources below can help you improve your web typography, regardless of which camp you fall into. There are tools for creating unique typography, references and articles that can teach you typographic principles, and plenty of inspiration and news to keep you updated on the state of web typography. Typography Tools Typetester Typetester lets you compare up to three fonts, side-by-side, with whatever sample text you want. HTML Ipsum HTML-Ipsum is a lorem ipsum generator specifically for web design. WP-Typography WP-Typography is a WordPress plugin that helps make your standard WP typography more attractive.

The 100 Greatest Free Fonts for 2014 Here we are, once again, with our now-famous selection of the top 100 free fonts for 2014. This year we have only selected fonts published or updated in late 2013 and 2014, giving you one of the most up-to-date lists around. The majority are completely free with licenses for commercial use; the odd few available for personal use only have extended license options at a very reasonable price. The free font list comprises both entire font families and single weight downloads; either way, there is something for everyone and we think you'll love the ones we have picked out for you. Font Selection We have selected all kinds of typefaces which can be seamlessly integrated into any design: Sans Serif, Slab Serif, Rounded, Decorative, Display, Art Deco, Geometric, Futuristic, and many more besides. We have categorized the typefaces to help you browse more efficiently. Sans-Serif Typefaces Display and Decorative typefaces Serif Typefaces Script, Calligraphic and Hand-drawn

exljbris Font Foundry How to Identify a Font What is the font used for the title of Friends? How about the typeface of that old copy of Moby Dick you picked up at that garage sale? The back of your Starbucks pastry bag? And please tell me, how can you find the font on a worn out birthday card that your client wants you to replicate? Graphic designers are consistently asked to use a client’s nameless favorite font. Thankfully, the font culture boom has also spurred some excellent solutions to solve the identification problem it has created. Internet identification tools,Exhaustive print catalogs,Or the crowd-sourced expertise of the Internet’s font lovers. Identification Tools These web-based identification trees should be your first recourse in finding the name of a font. The most popular image-based font finder is MyFonts’ playfully named What The Font! When you don’t have an image, your best bet is a game of 20 Questions with Identifont. Books Real People Most font sites have helpful forums. Related Posts 925 shares Read More

Generate Your Own Fonts Online Print Template The first thing to do is print the template. We have it available in two common formats; a PDF document and an image. Template as PDF document; available in Letter and A4 PDF paper size is Letter; for the United States and Canada: Template as PDF document Letter (opens in a new window) PDF paper size is A4; for all other countries: Template as PDF document A4 (opens in a new window) Template pages as image If for some reason you are not able to print the above PDF, then open and print the template as image(s): Template as Image Page 1 (opens in a new window) Template as Image Page 2 (opens in a new window) You can also use the above images to draw the letters directly in your image editing software, so even without a printer or scanner you'll be able to make your own fonts. Before you grab a pen, please first go to step 2 and read the instructions about how to fill out the template.

25 Free Retro Fonts Fonts are an essential component of any designer’s repertoire. Fonts are what can tie together a design, a logo, a template and create a coherent branding image. Fonts can make or break a product advertisement, and they are often very difficult to choose. Fonts come in all shapes and sizes, and all sorts of styles, from futuristic to grunge to retro. In this post, Peter Olexa has kindly rounded up and shared 25 excellent free retro fonts for designers to use. Whether you’re a web designer, advertising designer, or just a hobbyist, these fonts will definitely come in handy during future projects. Hopefully you find these fonts useful, and let us know what you think in the comments. Anastasia Regular Varieté Conférencier LT Oksana Riesling HawnWedding AtlasSolid Times New Yorker Boogie Nights Aerovias Brasil NF Ginebra Bolds Brownwood NF AthleticTown v0.1 Bleeding Cowboys Gipsiero Wooden Nickel Black SpringGarden-Bo Verve Alternate Volute Vostrey Regular TheRoots Spacearella Advertisement

Fresh Typography Experiments To Inspire You Typography is a big part of every designer’s life and must be paid a lot of attention to it. Getting inspired for this particular category is a must. Lucky for you, I deliver new and interesting examples every few weeks after I filter more than three or four times the amount of type illustrations that you have here. Hi Seamstress for the Band Sushi Magazine – Labyrinth We Love Colors Today is the Day Lettering Live the love She Comes To Bury Made in future. Something Terrifying National Parks South Australia pitch Fortune Magazine, “500” Issue Revolver – Poster Wall Presidencia Sans GOOFY x type treatments A Type of Show Exhibition- ‘Live to Work’ Tongue – The Logo TP DURO font Ambigram – Rock’n Roll Silkscreen poster insert for its nice that magazine 2010 Candelaria Friends with displays ADFORMATIE x Type illustration Full Life Who is Mrs Eaves? NIKE Laces Words From Utopia Pt. Type Experiments Fantastical Flora

Abstract Fonts - 13,057 Free Fonts Créer une police avec sa propre écriture gratuitement Ceux qui comme moi aiment bien gribouiller de temps en temps savent combien il est difficile de trouver une police sympa, lisible et originale pour compléter les bulles de nos dessins. Perso, j’ai bien essayé d’écrire à la main mais je n’ai jamais réussi à conserver une écriture lisible au-delà de quelques mots. Bref, grâce à ce blog BD, j’ai découvert un site qui pourra peut-être vous aider : myscriptfont ! 1/ Tu télécharges et imprimes le modèle : *note pour moi-même : faire très vite de meilleures photos parce que l’ami Fred va me tuer… 2/ Tu remplis le modèle avec un beau stylo ou feutre noir comme ça : Bon, je ne me suis pas vraiment appliquée, il faudrait le refaire soigneusement… un jour… 3/ Tu scannes ton document ainsi complété (300 dpi pour la résolution, c’est mieux) et tu le télécharges directement via le site (attention pas plus de 2Mo). 4/ Tu donnes un nom sympa à ta police, tu la télécharges, et tu l’installes ensuite sur ton ordinateur. Et bien voilà :

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