In my opinion, usb keys are just the most useful little inventions. It is just incredible how easy it is to share information and to tote it around with you.
Of course, it is also a beautiful way to promote yourself. The obvious users are people like photographers who’s business is handing over digital data, […]
We managed to get out for the first really long and lovely stroll yesterday. It was shockingly cold, but the sun was shining and birds were singing. Snowdrops and crocuses have burst out of the earth as the first trumpeters of the springtime that is on it’s way, though the daffodils are close on their […]Pin It
Happy Monday!! I can’t believe the weekend is over… I have to keep checking the calander to be sure that it really is Monday.
On to the subject of the day: Branding. Branding and brand image is everything to an organization. As a design student, this is hammered home again and again and again.
As […]Pin It
Oh gosh… it’s friday! I’m a little sad that Typography Week is over. There will definitely have to be more in the future, because I have lots more to share 🙂
Here’s what happened this weekPin It
This is a fantastic poster and a great reference for anyone who has to use type – be it a humble word document, billboard signage, or a website.
by Jim Godfrey Design, and available here.
Click on image to see it larger.
I’m back! I just found this and I have to share…
It’s a book called “The Typographic Desk Reference”. The website says
“A quick reference guide of typographic terms and classification with definitions of form and usage for Latin based writing systems. Handy for the desk, the TDR contains […]
Here’s a nifty little thing that seems fairly basic and straight-forward at first glance. It’s complexity and wonder really start to pop out, however, the more you look at it and think about it.
It is the Periodic Table of Typefaces. A practical and beautiful design put together by Squidspot. The included fonts are based […]Pin It
I have letters on the brain!
In keeping with this week’s typographic theme, I bring you examples of typography in the house. I would love to decorate my home with any of these items. So rustic, and yet so representative of civilization. What would we do without language and the written word?
A beautiful block […]
It’s kind of a rush finding the perfect typeface for a project. I have spent countless hours browsing through different fonts – looking and looking and looking. I wouldn’t be so bold as to call myself an expert in typography, but I am certainly becoming pickier with what I see and what I deem as […]
Any typophiles out there? This is a fun little game that tests your kerning abilities. Use the arrow keys or the mouse to drag/nudge the letters into a pleasingly spaced arrangement. Your solution is held up against a typographer’s solution for your score at the end!
what was your score?