Typography plays a huge role in any design. In this post we have collected 25 free, high quality fonts. Enjoy!
In this roundup we have some stunning and beautiful examples of typography. Enjoy!
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In today’s world advertisement plays very important role for a product or company to be successful- the advertisement must deliver a powerful message which attracts the consumer’s attention. By using effective typography in print ads you can convey a powerful message. In this roundup we have collected some awesome print ads using typography.
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Most web designers and developers do not need any instructions for dealing with character encoding. In general the process is done within the browser and isn’t often a topic of discussion amongst programmers. However the tools and regulations used to enforce such strict document types provides leverage for debugging and creating professional typographic aspects to a website.
Although the topic is brief I’ve gone over some of the quick highlights and important notations. You should be able to breeze through these topics if you have at least a beginner’s understanding towards digital documents. Basic HTML isn’t required although these techniques mostly apply to web files such as HTML, CSS, and PHP.
Typography is a very important part of web design. By using different types of typography like big headlines and bold fonts web designers are improving the look and feel of websites. So in this post we have compiled some beautiful typography for your inspiration.
The languages, aesthetics, and calligraphy of other cultures can open up new avenues for typography lovers and graphic artists, who can use a script like Arabic as a new framework within which to express their creativity.
By finding innovative ways in which to present Arabic letter shapes and markings, while also striving to incorporate the culture’s handwriting techniques and themes, designers are given a new area of inspiration and challenge.
We all have our techniques for obtaining a great combination of readability and design. Many designers like to fine-tune the font stacks and sometimes add a nice shadow to bring text to life.
Others like to take typography to a different level and use anti-aliasing tools and such to get a sharp clean result. Whichever method you decide upon, there are some great CSS techniques to enhance web typography without running the whole nine miles.
A more readable website means improved usability and an enjoyable reading experience. We all want that for our users, don’t we?
In this article we’ll go through 5 simple ways you can improve readability on your website. Of course feel free to chime in and leave a comment at the end of the article, I’d love to hear your thoughts.
For Christmas this year, my beautiful wife gave me a copy of The Web Designer’s Idea Book, Volume 2. Obviously, I have been perusing the book, and I am finding that there are tons of awesome web designs to take in. I’m super happy with the gift and I expect that it will prove to be a highly valuable resource throughout 2011, and beyond.
Yet, even just a quick perusal of the book reveals the prevailing influence of Photoshop (or other graphics programs) on the industry at large. Today, the web is full of beautiful, rich and colourful graphics that continuously amaze and impress us in all manner of very legitimate ways. But just because we can include all of this incredible imagery, it doesn’t necessarily follow that we have to. Sometimes, the simple use of colour, shape and typography can create an attractive and elegant design all on its own.
You rarely have a second chance at making a good first impression. This is true with web-design and it’s just as true when it comes to business card design.
Giving away your business card is often the only option you have when you meet someone at a conference or even at the coffee shop, thus the need to grab the person’s attention right away and make sure they remember you when they look at your card later on.