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Typography + Fonts: The Best Fonts for Web & Graphic Design
Most typefaces can be divided into four basic groups: those with serifs, those without serifs, scripts and decorative. Such a system can help you identify, combine and choose typefaces.
Dr. Shelley Gruendler and Tiffany Wardle deSousa break down current type trends in design and show you what works and what doesn’t.
Two noted typographers discuss current type trends in the first of a 3-part series. This edition focuses on slanted and angled lettering, both trendy now.
How to know which typefaces are fresh, stylish and hip? Expert Allan Haley has you covered. Read on for several tasty type trends to incorporate in your design work.
Louise Fili was up to the challenge of infusing sweet simplicity into the revamped packaging design for Bonnie’s Jams. Typography took center stage for the label.
The self-promotion issue of HOW magazine’s cover is playful, kindly loud and perky. Meet the illustrator behind this cover — Shaw Nielsen.
Check out 10 of HOW’s favorite free fonts, and get expert advice on the do’s and don’ts of free font downloads.
Web typography, according to Jason Cranford Teague, has made a dramatic change for the better in the past decade. Find out why in “Web Type Revolution.” Plus, read about 10 trends in web type.
Yes, it’s true, graphic designers have guilty font pleasures. Even the most sophisticated type users can’t help themselves. See which fonts these famous designers secretly pine after.
Typographic Hell. It’s not a pleasant place to be. Some of us are headed there, and we’re making others suffer along the way. But fear not: Redemption is here. In the July Issue of HOW, designer and typography junkie Jim …