How you use fonts within your web design is as important as your layout, or your color scheme. Don't make the mistake newbies make when they forget to properly design their sites with type in mind - here are some good tips to get you started >>
Typography is an often overlooked part of design, and it is not only a critical part of a good homepage design, it is really one of only a couple things that can take a design from "good" to "great" when it's done properly. Here are some tasty sites that paid close attention to their typography...
Here's an absolutely phenomenal collection of the best infographics we could find. Some humor, well.. a lot of humor, some great typography and a lot of mind blowing statistics. You'll want to set aside a little time to let the stories these charts and graphics have to tell really settle in.
What more can we say ? These fonts should be expensive. They should be famous. The designers should be making bank. I'd bet they are not.. I'd bet they are cool people with a passion for design and sharing their craft with others.
Here are 10 free fonts that are really well designed and thanks to the designers, all free.
What makes a great logo? What are the qualities and attributes that make it special, well designed and memorable? I ran across one of the best logo selections I've seen in a long time today and wanted to share it, and talk about it. It's by a cool fellow named Orlando Aquije Abarca.
Definitely worth a bookmark: Typography tutorials in photoshop are the coolest to learn and its tedious to always locate our favorite tutorial on the web, here I present the top 101 typography tutorials which will inspire you and boost up your creativity. These tutorials are carefully crafted to show the minute details which can transform...
Logos are often considered the image of a product or service and is thought of as the center of all branding endeavors. If you are trying to be a legitimate company, you’ve probably had someone (or yourself) create a logo. We don’t always get logo design right. And sometimes it’s just time for a newer, trendier logo. We may see it a couple months or years later and decide that it’s time to redesign or update what we have. Redesigning a logo can be just as hard as creating a new one. Some questions you may ask yourself are: How much do you want to change it? What elements should be kept? And will the redesign still be recognizable as your brand? Once you go through your list of questions and figure out what’s necessary, here are five ideas you can use to spruce up your logo design.
For years there has been one constant in color schemes that seems to stay in vogue: the monotone color palette. I want to suggest you have TWO main choices if you like monotone color design: 1. Completely strict monotone... and ... 2. Monotone with an accent color!