Penmanship practice can go a long way towards understanding traditional typography. Yet when it comes to digital typography the subject gets more confined and particular. Granted there are plenty of tips & tricks for improving typography which you can follow and learn. But ultimately the greatest way to learn anything is by diving head-first into […]
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The process of designing a logo is arduous and time-consuming. Illustrator is typically most common when first crafting a typeface, but Photoshop is much more handy during the finishing stages for adding brilliant text effects. In the past I’ve covered new Photoshop tutorials focused on general design for print graphics & websites. But in this […]
Editor’s note: This post was written by Josh Pagin, a freelance designer and blogger with a particular passion for all things typography related. He also loves minimalist design. Follow him on Google+. Typography can make or break a design. As a graphic designer, you probably already know this fact. If you’re anything like me though, […]
Believe it or not, symbol fonts –also known as icon fonts- are quite useful when it comes to utilizing markup. Of course, they come with their own set of strengths and weaknesses, or perhaps more importantly there are some issues that arise while using them. If you’re well-versed in HTML, CSS and the like chances […]
Graphic design is certainly a form of art, and many especially innovative design specialists figure out effective ways to strengthen the impact of text, whether it’s words that are part of a banner, the navigation bar of a website or even a magazine insert. One major way they do that successfully is by tweaking the […]
As we all know typography is a very important part of every design. So in this roundup we have collected some awesome typography for inspiration. If you like these beautiful you might also want to check out our previous posts below.