Continuing the history of typography we now discover many sans serif type faces and how they became modified with serifs to become the Slab Serif or Egyptian classification with fonts like Rockwell, Clarendon and others August 30, 2010
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In this part six of the series, we look at one of the most beloved classifications -- yet probably the most over-used generas: Decorative & Display Typestyles : Wood Type, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Fat Faces and more August 30, 2010
In part seven of our History of Type, we'll look at the script, brush, italic and freehand styles that everyone loves. From basic handwriting to steel brush, to digital calligraphy, the classification is called "scripts" August 30, 2010
The conclusion to our History of Typography covers the latest 'synthesis' fonts, as well as some striking new entries and the 'grunge' movement. This part also includes info about Thomas Phinney, his blog, and the bibliography for the whole history. August 30, 2010
This year's "History of Typography" includes over 200 links to classic and notable fonts, designers, foundries, letter styles, in all classifications and origin. This is a pictorial romp through 68 of the most recommended, and loved type faces of all times. Hope you enjoy the trip! August 28, 2010
Creative news shows us some trends, and hot spots to keep our eye on. This issue's creative notes include: * Exploring Type-Creation Software * Connecting Brands to People * Combining Fonts * What the iPad is Missing * Sketchbook randoms * Mysterious Disorder Type ... and more August 27, 2010
Fred reviews his top book selections for a well-rounded education in typography and graphic design using type, fonts and lettering. Each of these books represents a solid, authoritative aspect of typographic education. If you don't have these on your bookshelf, shame on you. Get them before they go out of print! August 27, 2010
So you've got an idea for an iPhone app--along with everyone else on the planet. Now you can learn to set your app apart with elegant design, efficient usability August 27, 2010
Dreamweaver lets you revamp an existing site, or design, build, and manage a new one without writing a single line of code. But keeping track of the latest consumer-friendly updates to Dreamweaver CS5 is tricky. Here's what you need... August 26, 2010
We're following Web trends movers and shakers! This issue looks at * Keyword-relevant content on your e-commerce site * Forget searches ? * More tips for SEO success * Going viral: Social media and customer service * ... and more August 26, 2010