104 Free Fonts for Web Designers and Logo Artists | Fonts It’s very essential for Designers to have an good understanding of typography and selection as the importance of typography in design can’t be neglected. The proper selection of typography can convert your normal design into very attractive piece of art. Among other things, effective typography manages to achieve three necessary objectives of web designing are Look, Appearance and Outcome which helps you to keep apart from normal wave. As we know that typography can be used as a way of mutual understanding between you and your users. Below you’ll find Over 100 Free Downloadable Fonts for Web Designers and Logo Artists by which you can save money and focus on making great applications. The basic purpose behind this post is to show you Popular, Professional and most importantly Free Downloadable font types to save your time searching them online. You can also find some related free references at the end of the post. You may be interested in the following related articles as well. 02. 04.
Five Simple Steps - The Icon Handbook I’ve recently ordered a book from you. Will I still get it? Yes, all orders placed up until the point we closed will be fulfilled. Can I still speak to someone about my order? Yes. We’re keeping our support forum open until Sunday, 8 June 2014 to answer any questions you have. How long can I download my ebooks for? You have until Sunday, 8 June 2014 to download any ebooks you bought previously. How do I download my ebook files? Visit our download page and enter the order number and the email address you used at the time of ordering. I can’t remember my order numbers. You’ll find them on your order confirmation emails, or, if you don’t have those any more, contact us through the support forum and we’ll look them up for you. I ordered a book in 2009, can I redownload it? Yes, but you’ll need to contact us through the support forum to get your files as orders placed before June 2010 are listed in our old database. What’s happened to my customer account information? What’s happening to the ebooks?
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Periodic Table of Typefaces on the Behance Network Large original English version HERESpanish version HEREPortuguese version HERE PRINTS, SOURCE FILES, and other Periodic Table of Typeface related goodies are available HERE The Periodic Table of Typefaces is obviously in the style of all the thousands of over-sized Periodic Table of Elements posters hanging in schools and homes around the world. This particular table lists 100 of the most popular, influential and notorious typefaces today. As with traditional periodic tables, this table presents the subject matter grouped categorically. The Table of Typefaces groups by families and classes of typefaces: sans-serif, serif, script, blackletter, glyphic, display, grotesque, realist, didone, garalde, geometric, humanist, slab-serif and mixed. Each cell of the table lists the typeface and a one or two character "symbol" (made up by me simply based on logic), the designer, year designed and a ranking of 1 through 100. The sites used to determine the rankings are as follows :
Designing Icons Around Privacy — Some Random Dude The couple months ago a person contacted me to help them design a small icon system for an academic paper. The icons were needed to communicate different online privacy settings when sharing content or information. Communicating levels of privacy is far more complex than the simple nouns or verbs normally symbolized in icons. The set was small enough in number for me to take design them outside of my work hours. The six different forms of sharing were: public (available to all), private (available to no one), shared with your friends, shared with your extended network (friends of friends) shared with groups (classmates, co-workers, etc.) and shared with specific people of your choosing. The first step was to concede that an icon-only solution was a fool’s errand. There were three main challenges in designing the icons. Icons for this purpose should to be small, yet clear since they play a fairly minor role an interface.
Les trouvailles d'Internet pour bien commencer la semaine #61 Pondu par Elise le 2 janvier 2012 2012 ! Profitons bien de celle-là, M6 a dit qu’elle pourrait bien être la dernière. À ce propos, quelqu’un sait ce que Paco Rabanne est devenu ? Weeee !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Et un petit tacle à l’Australie : AUSTRALIE – Pourquoi toi pas attendre ? La vérité de la semaine, par Adrien Ménielle / ak (que vous pouvez aussi suivre sur Twitter) : Dans le même genre, je vous recommande cette vidéo « tu t’es vu quand t’as bu ? (Car je ne sais pas ce que vous avez fait pour votre réveillon, moi à peu près ça) : Maintenant les choses sérieuses : Quelqu’un a pris de bonnes résolutions ? Et aussi plus de zèbres : Une nouvelle création Croyance VS Réalité, avec RihanNa : [Via] Dans la série « ceci est peut-être la fin du monde » : la semaine dernière, sur les côtes de Cleveleys en Angleterre, une étrange mousse cendrée a envahi la route. Il s’agirait en réalité d’algues en décomposition barattées par le vent d’ouest. Concentrez-vous ! Mieux que ça ! Okay. [Via] Ça me fait penser à ça :
Lato: new free open-source sanserif family by Lukasz Dziedzic tyPoland presents its first public typeface release Lato Lato is a sanserif typeface family designed in the Summer 2010 by Warsaw-based designer Łukasz Dziedzic (“Lato” means “Summer” in Polish). In December 2010 the Lato family was published under the open-source Open Font License by his foundry tyPoland, with support from Google. In the last ten or so years, during which Łukasz has been designing type, most of his projects were rooted in a particular design task that he needed to solve. When working on Lato, Łukasz tried to carefully balance some potentially conflicting priorities. The semi-rounded details of the letters give Lato a feeling of warmth, while the strong structure provides stability and seriousness. Lato consists of five weights (plus corresponding italics), including a beautiful hairline style. The entire family is completely free for any desktop and webfont use, and is available from the Google Font Directory at: Enjoy!
Chercher et utiliser une image libre de droits | L'atelier de l'astrolabe Rien de plus facile que de trouver une image sur internet. Mais attention, vous ne pouvez pas toutes les utiliser: il est indispensable de respecter les droits d’auteur sous peine de sanction. Il faut donc savoir sous quelle licence une image est publiée. Pour faciliter vos recherches il existe une fonction spéciale dans le moteur de recherche Google Images: Etape 1: Cliquez sur "Recherche avancée" Etape 2: Choisir "Réutilisation autorisée" dans le menu "Droits d'utilisation" Etape 3: Cliquez sur l'image que vous désirez. Dans la plupart des cas, sur les 3 sites pré-cités, les images sont réutilisables à condition de citer l’auteur et le site exemple avec Flickr: Il faut à chaque fois vous assurer qu'il n'y a pas de copyright sur cette photo. Le site creative commons précise les conditions d'utilisation. On retrouve la même logique sur Picasa et Wikimédia. Si vous n’êtes pas sûr de pouvoir utiliser une image demander à votre professeur.
Guggenheim Offers Free Books! Way back in the 20th Century, back before one small, viral meme could have more impact and influence than tons of Times op-eds, newspapers still mattered. But it was also a time of severely limited access to communication outlets. As A.J. Liebling noted: “Freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own... The New York Times got it wrong about the highly hyped Batman #50 with its description of the caped crusader’s nuptials to Catwoman. Fantasy artist Ken Kelly was just five years into his professional career when he received the assignment of a lifetime—painting the cover for… Chesley Bonestell is little remembered today except by hardcore science fiction fans. After 14 years in field, designer Russ Honican joined Trailer Park, where he runs the department of motion graphics and works hands on as a designer. Lana Roulhac has more than 10 years of design expertise, focusing especially on bringing humanity and relevance to government design and technology brands.