Posts tagged as: Typography

Desktop and Web Typefaces – An Exciting New Era for Designers

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Today Myfonts.com announced a new service allowing designers to subscribe to a vast number of desktop typefaces by Monotype foundries. Over 2200 to be precise.

Combined with webfont subscriptions provided by fonts.com (or typekit), web designers now have an incredible arsenal of fonts to try out, with complimenting systems that make experimentation convenient and cost-effective, contributing hopefully to more interesting design.

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Chinese and Other Non-Latin Typefaces for the Web – Google Noto to the Rescue

If you’re designing for multiple-language web interfaces, you’ll want to consider Google’s beautiful Noto typeface as a great starting point for non-English views.

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Google’s Noto typeface was designed specifically to support all scripts in the Unicode standard. It is a huge ongoing project that was released into the wild in 2013 to help with font support and consistency on their Android phones.

You can read about the rationale and learn more about it from Google’s own Material Design specifications.

While Google are using this in their mobile device interfaces, we can also use them to our benefit when designing and developing for screens, or even for print.

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Organic Designs by Dana Tanamachi

Dana Tanamachi is based in Brooklyn, and uses chalk to create organic typographical wizardry. We love it.

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