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.
Patrick McNeil offers 25 examples of excellent, trendy web typography—including hand-drawn type, script fonts and slab serif typefaces.
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.
Dive into four things every web designer should know about responsive typography: how to use web fonts, line-length and more.
Yesterday, Adobe CC announced that in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Adobe Originals type program, Adobe’s 100th typeface family, Source Serif, will be available for free through Adobe Typekit.
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.
You know what you like and what your clients want, which means if you can't find a good "web safe" font, you should know how to create the best web fonts.
What are your biggest challenges with fonts? Extensis font guru Jim Kidwell weighs in on the top 5 font mishaps by designers--and how to avoid them.
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...