Archive for the Typography tag


Form follows function. Simplicity and accessibility in design. A return to the basics of craftsmanship. These ideas guided a design revolution. You’re probably thinking about User Experience, but in fact these philosophies were popularized almost … Read the full article

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Beyond the bite-sized bits of design material you’ll come across in your RSS feeder, there’s an incredibly rich world of knowledge that lives not in pixels, but in print. And if you’re itching to build … Read the full article


Typography has had a huge design presence in recent years due to many reasons, some of which include the growing public appreciation for design, the increasing support and adoption of web typography, and the empowerment … Read the full article

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As wonderful as Helvetica, Georgia and Trebuchet may be, they shouldn’t be your only go-tos for creating beautiful web typography in your designs. The sites below contain wonderful indexes of great fonts for web use … Read the full article

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From the real world to the web, the arrow symbol has been an essential tool that has helped get us to where we need to be in our everyday experiences. In web design especially, arrows … Read the full article


Although we will begin to see new designs and styles emerge for 2012, familiar styles such as clean minimalistic layouts will continue to stand firm in the world of web design. And as such, we’ve … Read the full article