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An Endearingly Cranky Tour of Street Typography

Designer James Victore has a lot of strong opinions about the dumb fonts employed by local businesses.<p>James Victore has worked hard at his design career, reaching such mileposts as exhibiting posters at MoMA and doing work for <i>Esquire</i> and <i>The New York Times.</i> So when he's strolling down the block and …

Exploring Current Web Design Trends

The funny thing about current web design trends is that they are both helpful and detrimental. Trends set the standard for design elements and styles …

20 Free Sans Serif Fonts for Designers | WebFX

Join <b>62,179</b> marketing managers who get our best digital marketing insights, strategies and tips delivered straight to their inbox.<p>Some well-known …

Hand-Lettering Ledger by Mary Kate McDevitt

The ultimate tool for designers and creatives looking to tap into the trend of hand-drawn lettering, this workbook features step-by-step lessons on a range of styles plus more than 120 practice pages, making it the ideal place to learn and perfect this in-demand design skill.

Typography and User Experience in Web Design

Typography - the most often neglected part of the internet sometimes, but arguably one of the most important.<p>Oliver Reichenstein of information Architects once said that "Web Design is 95% Typography." This holds true. Not only is type use to convey information, but it is also used to navigate and …

Typography Mania #250

Typography Mania is a weekly post series that comes around once a week with the best of Typography design submitted by our users at …

The Taste Gap: Ira Glass on the Secret of Creative Success, Animated in Living Typography

The question of what makes someone successful has occupied some of history’s greatest minds. For Alexander Graham Bell, success was bound to befall the person “who carefully advances step by step, with his mind becoming wider and wider.” For Henry David Thoreau, success was a matter of living with …

Old meets new: A 3D-printed typeface used for letterpress printing http://ow.ly/BpndF