Interactive design expert James Pannafino talks "Type on Screen" with design icon Ellen Lupton. Find out why this book is so valuable to a range of designers, across media and disciplines.
HOW's International Design Awards invites graphic & web designers from around the globe to enter their work into this prestigious design competition, showcasing 300+ projects from numerous countries.
Denise Bosler's new course, Better, Faster Type includes creativity exercises to help boost your typography skills.
Monotype's Jim Ford talks type design with Bill Davis revealing how his Quire Sans typeface, designed for all media, was ten years in the making.
In the age of multiple devices and screen sizes, user-friendly fonts have never been more important when optimizing experiences.
Neenah Paper’s support is helping the Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum take advantage of its new space to inspire the next generation of designers.
When it comes to design principles, HIDC advisory-board member Cameron Moll’s perspective is one we’ve always been eager to know and see in action, so we're excited to lay eyes on his reimagining of the Brooklyn Bridge in type in his newly released typography poster.
The Beauty of Letterpress, an online resource that showcases the industry’s most innovative letterpress work that designers can reference for all kinds of inspiring eye candy.
The Web turned 25 this month and many of its original core fonts have “grown up,” gone “Pro” and become Web fonts over the last few years. With the explosion of devices that provide for on-screen reading experiences, these fonts are more relevant than ever.
Monotype's Bill Davis talks five Japanese typefaces, and why more non-latin fonts are coming available to designers for multilingual project needs.