Almost at the end of thise year's surf, I find one of my all-time favorites, Margaret Cusack! But that's not all, and we've got even more type, fonts, lettering, calligraphy and cool typography stuff coming your way! Here, check out these :
* Typography in Thread : Margaret Cusack
* Font Deck : one solution for fonts online
* Excellent pieces on Web Fonts
* Five simple steps to better typography
... and more:
Excellent pieces on Web Fonts
GoodWebFonts.com started in early 2010 as a resource for my web typog ra phy students. The quick est way to con nect them with good web fonts was to think "free." Google web fonts wasn't up and run ning yet, so all fonts tested were from fontsquirrel.com.
Times have changed. The num ber of fonts avail able at google web fonts seems to grow every day, and type kit offers a wide range of fonts for a rea son able yearly sub scrip tion plan.
Full story : GoodWebFonts.com
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Font Deck : one solution for fonts online
Maintain your distinct brand online without resorting to time-consuming hacks. Use real text with professional typefaces optimised for the web.
The web is built upon real text. It’s easier to use than Flash or image replacement techniques, can be infinitely scaled, translated, read aloud and is more readily Googled.
Full story : fontdeck.com
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Typography in Thread : Margaret Cusack
Margaret Cusack creates stitched illustrations (using needle and thread) for commercial clients.
Yes, this is stitched artwork, made the old-fashioned way, with needle and thread.
Full story : www.margaretcusack.com/
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Five simple steps to better typography
Mark Boulton writes :
Typography, I find, is still a bit of mystery to a lot of designers. The kind of typography I’m talking about is not your typical “What font should I use” typography but rather your “knowing your hanging punctuation from your em-dash” typography. Call me a little bit purist but this bothers me. So, in an attempt to spread the word here’s the first of five simple steps to better typography. To kick it off, part one is about the Measure.
Full story : Mark Boulton Design
Seriously folks, Mark didn't tell us anything that wasn't already plastered all over the web, and in the text books for a half-century ... have fun : Pig out on these
And, thanks for reading