Aisha comercial Aisha is a child of two worlds. Her origin is the Maghreb but she was brought up in Europe, she speaks many languages and is equally at home in the banlieu of Paris as in the Medina of Marrakesh. Aisha's features show clearly where she is coming from, and her confidence lets her stand out among the crowd. She is a playful character, sometimes even a little cheeky, for she knows about her qualities. The little skip in her step, cheerful and fun, the twists and turns and the sparkle in her eye are all carefully controlled – Aisha does not lose control or get carried away. Her looks are gentle and friendly, and certainly one cannot confuse her with anything else.
Testez différentes polices de caractère avec Myfontbook Mine de rien, le choix d’une police de caractère (« font » en anglais) constitue certainement l’un des éléments les plus cruciaux dans l’infographie, le design et bien sûr le webdesign. Le graphiste professionnels a l’habitude de jongler avec des centaines, voire des milliers de polices afin de trouver celle qui collera le mieux a l’esprit du Mine de rien, le choix d’une police de caractère (« font » en anglais) constitue certainement l’un des éléments les plus cruciaux dans l’infographie, le design et bien sûr le webdesign. Le graphiste professionnels a l’habitude de jongler avec des centaines, voire des milliers de polices afin de trouver celle qui collera le mieux a l’esprit du projet sur lequel il planche.
14 Top Free Serif Fonts with Multiple Weights By Douglas Bonneville on April 15, 2013 If you have a growing collection of usable free sans-serif fonts, you are going to have to have some free serif fonts to go with them! Our recent article on the most popular free sans-serif fonts outlined four criteria we came up with to navigate the morass of free fonts readily available on the web. We came up with the best 14, we think. Take a look at that article so we don’t have to repeat the text here, and so that we can get on with our list of free serif fonts.
5 of the Best CSS3 Font Tools Fonts have made the most dramatic visual impact on the web since graphic support was added to browsers. A few years ago, it would be impossible to find a website using anything other than Arial, Verdana, Tahoma, Times New Roman or Georgia (or, heaven forbid, Comic Sans). While there’s nothing wrong with standard font stacks, they can become a little monotonous. Responsive Font Size with CSS Making your font-size respond to viewport or container size should be a must to complete your responsive designs. Having a fixed font-size accross devices is not always a good idea. The key point is to get a readable font size and a comfortable line length in most viewports. CSS viewport units and media queries provide the means to implement a responsive font size.
Tom Davie Blackletter This typographic poster features a photographed 3-D two-tone blackletter paper sculpture overlaid with an original graphite line drawing. ❤ Purchase Can O’ Dingbats This typographic poster is an ode to Hermann Zapf’s Zapf Dingbats.
The Closest Free Alternative to Every Font on Typewolf The Closest Free Alternative to Every Font on Typewolf 16-page PDF guide featuring over 300 fonts Discover free alternatives to the most popular (and expensive) fonts used by designers — includes every single font ever shown on Typewolf Save hours of time searching the web for the perfect match The product of over 100 hours of research — the most complete and accurate collection you will find anywhere online Features not only Google Fonts but free fonts from all over the web Free lifetime updates — you’ll get the latest version of the PDF emailed to you each month that features all the new fonts added to Typewolf as well as continuous tweaks and improvements to ensure the closest possible match The update email also includes links to the best new free font releases of the month 30-day money-back guarantee Huge disclaimer: In general, most free fonts make a poor alternative to commercial fonts — always support type designers and purchase fonts whenever possible Buy Now For $14.99 No.
Will Google Fonts Ever Be Shut Down? → Typewolf October 28, 2014 The Google Fonts service has been immensely popular with web designers ever since it first launched in May of 2010. And for good reason. There are no accounts to sign up for and no monthly fees like there are with other web font services. The Explosive Hand Lettering Rebellion If you’re interested in learning about hand lettering and typography from Denise Bosler, check out her Hand Lettering Power Course at HOW Design University. A stealthy resurgence happening in the design world—a rebellion against the cold, sleek, digital environment in which we designers spend most of our time. Hand lettering is not-so-quietly making a colossal comeback, exploding into the forefront of design. It no longer has to hide on the B-side or apologize for looking hand lettered. Categories that used to be forbidden, such as logos and packaging, now embrace this historic form of typographic expression. It’s appearing everywhere—even on A-list products such as movie titles, magazines, book covers and advertisements.
10 great guides to understand web typography In today’s blog post, we have a list of guides to help you understand the web typography from all around the web. The following guide covers areas such as responsive typography, fundamentals of typography and the use of icon fonts and SVGs. Have a detail look at them below! 1. Noe Text – Schick Toikka Noe Text Regular 82px The reference location, where the potential is zero, is by convention infinitely far away from any mass, resulting in a negative potential at any finite distance Noe Text Book 91px Adolphe Queteletmade use of data and statistical analysis to gain insight into the relationship between crime and sociological factors Noe Text Semibold 86px