• Man Behind Comic Sans
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    Meet the Man Behind Comic Sans

    We’ve all seen Comic Sans everyone loves to hate Comic Sans. The child-like handwriting font is so infamous, there is a movement to try to ban it. There is an even dedicated website Comic Sans Criminal to educating people about the very limited use cases of comic sans! Comic Sans Criminal – helping people like you learn to use Comic Sans appropriately. By 1996, it was popular enough to be preinstalled on every Apple macintosh computers that rolled off the assembly line, but...

  • How to choose best fonts
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    Font Moods: Emotions Elicited By Different Font Style Names

    Emotions Elicited By Different Font Style Names Different fonts convey distinct emotions and can provide a clear sense of your company culture and professionalism just as quickly as when using colors or graphics. Ask any designer or even font enthusiast and they will quickly answer you: there is more to font selection than picking serif or sans serif. Typography and the way text is laid out on the page or screen has a measurable impact on our mood. Choosing the right...

  • Typography Principles Contrast is King
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    Contrast in King : 7 Principles of Typographic Contrast

    Principles of Typographic Contrast: Typography is the art and technique of arranging type to make written language legible, readable, and more appealing when it displayed. Whether are a designer or a design client, this is a very important topic for you. These 7 Principles of Typographic Contrast will help you to create best and impressive, readable and more appealing displayed work. We have previously hosted an article about 18 Rules for Using Text for Designing. Below 7 Typography Principles of Typographic Contrasts were...

  • 18 Rules For Using Text In Your Work
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    18 Rules for Using Text for Designing

    Either you’re a graphic designer or web designer, the use of typography can be confusing : which font do you choose, and what size? If you are building a campaigns, writing a ebooks, design a magazine, creating infographics or if there’s text in your design, follow the rules in this infographic and you won’t go wrong. follow these simple rules and take notes for the next time you have to prepare something you want people to read. We have visited The Visual Communication Guy...

  • deferences in Serif and Sans Serif Fonts
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    Serif vs Sans Serif – The Final Battle

    Serif vs Sans Serif: As a designer we knows ever find it hard to choose between Serif and Sans Serif? If so, this Infographic of Serif vs Sans Serif The Final Battle might come in handy. The design runs through what type of typography is best suited to different project designs. And the result? Serif is better for print and Sans is better for web. Off course this is not a hard rule. A website Urban Fonts has created a clean infographic that...

  • Don't stretch a font
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    Don’t Stretch Fonts, Use Wider or Condensed Fonts

    Every time you stretch a font, somewhere, a designer cries Don’t Stretch Fonts: Being a designer, you need to learn the basics of typography. And use these when designing. Don’t stretch fonts. Or, more properly, don’t stretch fonts to the point where you can see it has been stretched. Trajan is a font that can be stretched quite well without it being obvious. On the other hand, a font with a circular “O” would not stretch well. Designers will obviously notice stretched...

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