Typography

  • Font Flame Marries Tinder Matching with Typography

    Those who follow the rapidly growing(or decaying?) culture of dating in the western world should know about Tinder. It’s a “dating” app that allows you to pair up with people in your area. After entering some info Tinder will do its best to pair you up with other nearby people on Tinder. You swipe left […]

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  • 100+ Beautiful Script, Brush & Calligraphy Fonts

    Cursive or script fonts are widely used for various design purposes. There’s an abundance of script fonts around the web, but only few of these are able to stand out among the rest. Today, we have decided to share some of the most amazing script and hand-made brush fonts out there in the market. We […]

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  • Free Font Download: Font Bundle Featuring 17 Incredible Typefaces

    Fonts make up ninety-five percent of design making it a very essential and crucial element. Fonts, like action, speak louder than the content you put.  Therefore, it is very important to choose the right kind of typeface. While there are many types of fonts to choose from, there are those who really stand out. And here […]

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  • Basic Guidelines for Typographic Hierarchy on the Web

    The initial design phase of a website caters more toward composition and page structure. But once you move into the nitty-gritty stuff you’ll be paying much more attention to content structure. This minutiae becomes critical when mapping out pixel-perfect mockups and page designs.   I’d like to cover a series of tips outlining best practices […]

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  • 20 Bold Free Fonts Perfect for Headlines

    While designing a landing page, poster, presentation or just an image for your blog, there are always certain things you need to highlight. In this case, a proper typeface could be really helpful. If you want to make an impact and get people’s attention, you need to use huge bold fonts. Even bold font may […]

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  • Google Fonts: Free Typefaces for Your Site

    We’re unequivocally happy to announce that we’ve combined over 30 giveaway Google Fonts to your Theme Customizer. Even better, we don’t need any upgrades to entrance them; these fonts are giveaway for everyone. Go to WordPress.com → Customize to see a new Fonts territory in a sidebar. From there we can crop and preview typefaces […]

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  • Test the Limits: Delicious Typography

    Although in general we understand that the larger part of jaw-dropping posters that owe a wow factor to an incredible typography are artificial and made in some advanced image editors, yet there are still mind-blowing letterings that look so delicious, mouth-watering and realistic that doubts creep in our mind, starting to play with our imagination. For justice’ sake, […]

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  • Is Typography Science, Art, Philosophy or Craft?

    As with any medium as widely used as typography, it can fit into many categories. Typography is a part of all of our lives, so let’s analyze it for a minute. Merriam-Webster defines typography at 1) letterpress printing, and 2) the style, arrangement, or appearance of typeset matter. Modern terms may refer to it as […]

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  • Test the Limits: Chalk Style Typography

    Chalk style typography has an old-school vibe, a slightly juvenile character, and urban nature. It managed to carve out an ideal niche for itself as well as mature into an art direction of full value. It is a favorite choice among designers that finds wide application in various spheres and leaves an artistic imprint on […]

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  • Easy Typography Animations: How to Manipulate Texts with Blast.js and jQuery

    CSS and JavaScript provide access to all the elements of an HTML document – of course also to texts; however, this is limited to titles and paragraphs. Accessing single sentences and words is not that comfortable; unless they are wrapped, for example, with “span” elements.  The JavaScript library Blast.js makes sentences, words, and single characters […]

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  • Facebook reveals new logo

    Yesterday, Christophe Tauziet, a product engineer during Facebook, shared a shot of a new Facebook logo. Reportedly designed by Facebook’s in-house group in partnership with Eric Olson — a engineer of Klavika, on that a strange Facebook trademark was shaped — a ubiquitous greeting has so distant been negative. Some commenters have suggested that a trademark […]

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  • Responsive Typography With Sass Maps

    Managing consistent, typographic rhythm isn’t easy, but when the type is responsive, things get even more difficult. Fortunately, Sass maps make responsive typography much more manageable. Writing the code is one thing, but keeping track of font-size values for each breakpoint is another — and the above is for paragraphs alone. Throw in h1 to […]

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  • 20 Gorgeous Free Geometric Fonts to Download

    The fonts collected here are designed using the geometric shapes. Their smooth clean lines and perfectly rounded angles create a sense of completeness in design. Using the geometric shapes results in elegant and modern look of every letter. These fonts can be used for headings as well as body text. Thanks to their sleek design […]

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  • 15 Websites that Use Typography Correctly

    Typography is one of the core design principles, which can make or break your website design. Despite the limitations we still have when it comes to creative typography layouts, there are already a lot of resources which give you a massive range of fonts to choose from for your design.   For this article, however, […]

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  • Deal of the Week: Panton Font Family for (Almost) Free

    Constantly looking for great fonts? If so, you should check out this Mighty Deal. Dozens of possibilities to support your next Material Design or other modern geometric design project are there to explore. This great font family at this great price is a no-brainer. As with any Deal of the Week make sure to be […]

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  • Readability Tools That Will Help Improve Your Site’s Content

    By Jacob Gube Readability is all about creating user-friendly content. When your content is readable, it’s easier to consume.If usability and UX is important, then readability should be a top priority. User-friendly content might even improve your search rankings. Readability is governed by two components. Writing Style Writing in a concise, straightforward way helps users […]

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  • Benton Modern, A Case Study On Art-Directed Responsive Web Typography

    Having the ability to set legible body copy is an absolute must, and we’ve come a long way with web typography since the dawn of web design. However, I feel like we have allowed the lack of variety prior to the rise of web fonts to dampen our creativity now that thousands of web fonts […]

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  • 8 Rules for Creating Effective Typography

    Today we’re going to discuss something that is both a hot trend and timeless art: typography. The basic rules outlined below will help you become more aware of how you structure and use typography in your designs. Being conscious of these rules can improve nearly everything you create that contains a headline or major typographic […]

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  • Google Fonts Not Working in China – How to Fix it

    The reason we are using Google API to serve libraries such as jQuery and Web Fonts is that it serves fast through Google’s reliable infrastructures. It is used almost everywhere, and so much that some users may already have the cache stored in their browser, which makes the libraries load even faster. Unfortunately, that is […]

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  • Get hundreds of fonts, Photoshop add-ons and mock-up templates for ONLY $39

    This week the guys at Dealjumbo are at it again, with an amazing bundle featuring hundreds of fonts, Photoshop add-ons and mock-up templates. So if you are looking to beef up your design library, then look no further. With this offer, you will save almost 95% on the original price. Hurry though as the deal ends in just […]

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