TYPOGRAHPY: FONT PAIR BY MILLS DIGITAL

Mills Digital has created a web project titled Font Pair. The website provides a shortcut for creatives, suggesting downloadable pairings of Google Fonts. The pairings are organized in categories [...]

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Web Design Trends 2015

Designmodo reviewed 500 websites in their weekly series of “Inspiring Sites of the Week” on Despreneur to get a sense of where web design is and where it is going for the next year. In this they [...]

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THE DESIGN OF A SIGN

As graphic designers know, there are multiple variables involved when it comes to designing a sign that’s both recognizable and memorable. Though many signs may appear simple in design, such as [...]

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RIO 2016 PICTOGRAMS

The pictograms allow people from all parts of the world to immediately identify sports and are used to guide and inform the public, for example in venue signposting and on tickets. via [...]

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CHECK YOUR TYPE

  In this article Ilene Strizver, founder of The Type Studio, gives directions as how to avoid typographical errors in her typographic checklist. She writes “In pre-digital times, [...]

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TYPOGRAPHIC POSTERS

typo/graphic posters, founded by André Felipe, is a platform for inspiration and promotion of good design through the poster culture. The focus is exclusively on typographical and graphical [...]

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MORE ON FLAT DESIGN

Most online design started off as flat due to the limitations and difficulties of programming anything else. Depth was achieved by creating backgrounds and buttons and rollovers in Illustrator, [...]

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TYPOGRAPHY: GRAFFITI FONTS

Every design project requires suitable fonts, a must in every ‘revolutionary’ tool kit. Graffiti fonts can be of inspiration and use when unrestrained imagination is needed. For those who want to [...]

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A HISTORY OF WESTERN TYPEFACES

We never get tired of infographic and videos about typography. The latest we came across is Mashable’s A History of Western Typefaces which looks at fonts from 1440, when Johannes Gutenberg [...]

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