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Plain Lines

Judging by the response to my last post (Wow!), I was not the only one who often found myself wishing I had a line of some kind. 405 more words


Midnight Constellations 3

I might as well face it. I’m not going to get anything written on Wednesday nights until The Assassination of Gianni Versace is finished.

Here is the next number of the Midnight Constellations Font. 71 more words


Quick Tip #7

Use embossing to insert a dividing line in small areas. For example, I was working on a face. Instead of doing each lip separately, I did them together as a satin, then added an embossing line to divide them. 114 more words


The Right Font Can Make All The Difference - PB Leisurewear

We are strong believers that exceptional t-shirt design can accomplish a huge amount of things. From representing your brand, to communicating a message to just looking great, if your t-shirt design contains writing, few aspects are more important than choosing the perfect typeface.

Interaction Design: Task 2 typography

The font caught my eye because the letters looked almost like a whale’s dorsal fin and some even look like fins. I thought it might be suited because of that reason but when the font gets bigger you will notice that there are tiny fish that are inside the letters and it makes it look tacky. 159 more words


Accessibility Considerations for Choosing Fonts

Accessible design is not something happens intuitively, it is an intentional practice that becomes a habit through practice. One of the challenges in designing content is the constant struggle between aesthetics and accessibility. 1,116 more words


Naming day

Is a name really a sound of yourself?

Is it a sound to swap around, change everyday

like putting on a clean top?

Can a stranger see you through your name? 66 more words