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Best Free Fonts of 2010

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. Dekar Sketchetik Light The Lobster Font AW Conqueror (to download, click on Solutions > Typefaces in the left menu) Age Piron VAL Stencil Null Melbourne Code About the Author Henry Jones is a web developer, designer, and entrepreneur with over 14 years of experience. Related Posts 489 shares Best Free Icon Sets of 2010 This year is coming to an end, so we’ve been looking back and showing you our picks for the best freebies and resources of 2010. Read More 585 shares Best Free Textures and Patterns of 2010 It’s no secret that we love textures and patterns here at WDL.

teehan+lax » Blog Archive » iPhone Needs a New Home I’d have loved for this post to be the introduction of our latest iPhone application. An application that introduces a new -default- optional home screen. A screen that doesn’t require you to scan for red dots with numbers inside of them. Instead it would display information and notifications of things that are new and relevant to you. Until then (we’re doubtful that sort of freedom will ever be available) Here’s how we might design a new home screen. You can see from the screens it’s essentially just a scrollable list of applications and notifications. Update: The demand for this has been too great to ignore. A scrollable screen of the stuff that matters to me. Application preferences would allow users to include certain feeds on their home screens. Jon had mentioned (as did Drew in the comments) he’d like this info without having to unlock the phone.

W&CIE - le blog : Adidas cartographie l’art urbain Suite au Wurfing 9 consacré aux marques et à la géolocalisation, W&cie poursuit l’exploration des cartographies. C’est en utilisant cette fois directement la fonctionnalité GPS de l’iPhone qu’une marque définit son territoire. La marque Adidas Original a ainsi lancé une application permettant aux mobinautes de prendre en photo dans la rue des œuvres d’art urbaines et de les poster directement sur une carte du type Google Map. Cette initiative développée en Allemagne permet à la marque de nourrir ses valeurs mais aussi d’engager la conversation puisque les utilisateurs ont la possibilité de commenter les différentes photos. À découvrir sur : weshwesh - the iphone rabbit