U.S. Design Patent for Typeface Design

Spring 1997
Frank J. Martinez, Esq.

Inevitably, when artists in any creative endeavor which involves computers get together, the conversation will turn to the nature of your work and money, how to protect your work and money, and piracy and money. However, not necessarily in that order. While at the AtypI Conference in the Hague, I had different versions of this conversation several times. (more…)

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40+ Excellent Freefonts For Professional Design

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…)

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Fonts in progress

Here are the fonts I’m currently working on. Some of them are very incomplete or rough, especially in spacing and fit. In most cases, I’ve posted a PDF file so you can zoom in and see the letters up close, and also a FontForge SFD file so you can play with the outlines yourself. (more…)

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TTF to EOT Font Converter

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…)

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HOW TO: Implement Google Font API on Your Website

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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Google Fonts

Free to use. All fonts are released under open source licenses. You can use them in any non-commercial or commercial project. With so many unique fonts to use, you’re bound to find something you like! (more…)

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Download the FREE Langdon Font for Small Businesses

Introducing Langdon, the new typeface from XLN Telecom. Working in partnership with Steven Bonner – a leading graphic designer, illustrator and typographer based in the UK – we have developed a typeface that is solid, serious and dependable. Langdon is available as a free download and can be used privately and commercially with no restrictions on usage. (more…)

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