Is there a way to know what fonts will work together? Building a palette is an intuitive process, but expanding a typographic duet to three, four, or even five voices can be daunting. Here are four tips for navigating the typographic ocean, all built around H&FJ’s Highly Scientific First Principle of Combining Fonts: (more…)
Creating perfect mockups has never been so easy. With Placeit’s user-friendly online tools you can find incredible templates no matter what your goal, whether you need razor-sharp iPhone mockups to showcase a new app design to a client or t-shirt mockups to fine-tune the product listing on your online store Placeit has you covered. (more…)
Since its launch in November 2000 Identifont has become the largest independent directory of digital fonts on the Internet. It provides a range of features to help you locate fonts or find information about fonts: (more…)
Goudy Bookletter 1911
Based on Frederic Goudy’s Kennerley Oldstyle.
Notes from Barry: This font predates the League and is in the public domain. A few words on why I think Kennerley Oldstyle is beautiful: In making this font, I discovered that Kennerley fits together tightly and evenly with almost no kerning. (more…)
Sorts Mill Goudy
A ‘revival’ of Goudy Oldstyle and Italic, with features including small capitals (in the roman only), oldstyle and lining figures, superscripts and subscripts, fractions, ligatures, class-based kerning, case-sensitive forms, and capital spacing. There is support for many languages using latin scripts. (more…)
Junction is a a humanist sans-serif, and the first open-source type project started by The League of Moveable Type. It has been updated (2014) to include additional weights (light/bold) and expanded international support. (more…)
Over the last year we’ve been observing typo-designers and their works; we’ve regularly collected high-quality fonts available for free download and free to use for personal or/and commercial projects. In this article we’d like to present an overview of over 40 excellent free fonts you might use for your professional designs in 2008. What is your favourite? (more…)
Every now and again we take a look around, select “fresh” high-quality free fonts and present them to you in a brief overview. The choice is enormous, so the time you need to find them is usually the time you should be investing in your current projects. We search for them and we find them, so you don’t have to. (more…)
Use this tool to convert a TrueType (TTF) font file into an OpenType (EOT) font file, for use with Internet Explorer for embedded fonts. After using this tool, you will be able to embed fonts on your web pages that can be seen on Internet Explorer 4 and higher, and all current modern web browsers that support embedded fonts via CSS3 (Firefox 3.5 and higher are among such browsers). (more…)
Benefits of Using Google Font API Using Google Font API is a great solution for avoiding the many problems that exist when using @font-face in your website. Firstly, the web service simplifies the implementation of web fonts. With only one line of code to reference the font you want to use and some basic CSS, you can get yourself set up in a matter of minutes. (more…)
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