Mark Richardson's experimental Marbles typeface has gotten a great deal of attention in the design press for its originality and offbeat beauty.
Special Advertising Note: The following sponsored content is brought to you courtesy of Monotype, one of HOW’s trusted partners. Quality typography is no small task. Designers have to track down the right font for the right project, as well as typefaces that pair well together. Once they start setting their type, they must consider...
How do you celebrate 100 years of Transport for London's Johnston typeface, an iconic typeface used across London's bus, rail and Underground systems?
The Movable Book of Letterforms, designed by Kevin Steele, may rekindle your love for typography.
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....
Read about the beautiful, elegant work of the incredible Louise Fili in this feature from the latest issue of HOW.
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.
Co-founder Peter Biľak talks about how Fontstand came together, and what makes it valuable for both the designers who use fonts and the type designers who make fonts.
With October comes design opportunity, the chance to further a brand through typography. Explore the typeface of the Toronto Blue Jays.
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...