Lettering designs are downright gorgeous, and a useful skill for designers to master. The good news is that anyone can learn it – it just takes practice. We compiled some hand-lettering tips from HOW Design University‘s lettering extraordinaire, Denise Bosler, to get you started in your lettering practice. First, you need the right tools....
Tobias Frere-Jones' latest typeface, Mallory, is the result of in-depth research and hand-drawn work that addresses the needs of the digital present.
Dive into colorful illustrations, immersive videos and refined typography in this edition of Top 10 Websites.
Each year, HOW magazine creates the type index, a list of type foundries to help graphic designers like you find the best fonts for their projects.
Dive into four things every web designer should know about responsive typography: how to use web fonts, line-length and more.
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.
This month's Top 10 Websites for Designers has something for everyone, including a blog about Spanish graphic design pioneers and Type Finder, a site to help you curate the perfect fonts for your next project.
Type-centric website designs don't need to be barebones or boring—executed well, they can be functional and beautiful and as creative as any other site.
Dr. Shelley Gruendler and Tiffany Wardle deSousa break down current type trends in design and show you what works and what doesn't.
Designers love typography and humans love chocolate, so what’s better than a gourmet candy bar that combines the two? Montreal-based design firm Dynamo is selling a duo of chocolate bars, each inscribed with a positive typographic message. These would make great New Year’s client gifts! This design/flavour combo includes: 1) Design: Heck Yes. Flavour:...