Across all the categories in HOW's Promotion & Marketing Design Awards, we see a number of projects featuring great typography. Check out these selected projects for some typography inspiration.
In celebration of the new year, we've reached out to some of today's top designers for their predictions on graphic design trends 2016 and more.
Check out this roundup to get a 3D-lettering fix & consider entering your own work into the 2015 Typography & Lettering Awards (deadline: Friday, Nov. 20).
In this month's "Top 10" websites for designers we bring you a few of your favorite things: type resources, color resources & a handful of other cool sites.
by Gabriel Shaoolian Every company wants to achieve success when it comes to its website. High conversions, repeat visitors and minimized bounced rates all contribute to the growth of a business. To get there, you must have several key features on your website. You need to have clear and concise messaging, calls to action that...
Fonts are the backbone of most creative projects. Jim Kidwell of Extensis presents 5 of the most common font issues & techniques to prevent them.
Jason Tselentis presents seven common mistakes web and interactive designers make when applying unique typefaces for the web.
John Foster presents the first in a series of articles about "late bloomers," designers who reached their prime later in life.
Don’t know your old style letterforms from your transitional or your sans serif from your slab serif? Get a brief type classification primer.
Struggle no more with finding the best typeface combinations for your creative projects, and instead utilize the 150 examples provided in Type Teams by Tony Seddon. by Nadine Chahine Monotype’s Font Marathon: A Look Inside the Exhilarating Challenge for Two Typeface Designers to Create Two Typefaces from Scratch in a Matter of Days Designing a...