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Your team’s font-related challenges just got easier. Built to support creative organizations, Extensis Universal Type Server 4 takes the mess out of font management…
Sure, mom always said, “don’t play with your food,” but she probably didn’t say “don’t play with your food illustration.” That’s a good thing because otherwise we may have missed out on illustrator Matthew Allen‘s delightful design for “Food & …
Are you need of some new font families with a hand-made feel? The Font Shop released 2 font families that might be up your font-loving alley. First, the new family from the Hamilton Wood Type foundry, Catchwords. Designed by Miranda …
Tired of prototyping and searching for the perfect font for every design project? Extensis Suitcase Fusion 5 font management system streamlines designers’ creative process with new features and integration with Adobe’s Creative Cloud.
Dr. Shelley Gruendler leads a discussion about the resurgence in the victorian look in typography, taking note of modern and classic examples.
I think I’m going to start calling it font rage – that bubbling, untethered anger that wells up when Comic Sans is used on any graphic.
The pros at Monotype have developed a monthly subscription plan to take the hassle out of finding the right font. The master subscription means unlimited monthly access to thousands of desktop and web fonts, mockups…
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.
This promotional website for Green Hat Gin takes its design cues from early newspapers—and the vintage design approach works well.