Typography articles

Apple’s cool factor has been on the wane in the last couple of years. Successive iPhones have failed to advance as significantly as the first few generations; iOS7 was ugly and iOS8 hasn’t rectified that; analysts are even predicting a...
Creating a strong typographic hierarchy is crucial to the success of any dynamic design. It’s the difference between effectively sharing an important message and putting a road-block of meaningless text in front of your readers. If...
In so many ways, great design is representative of the way we should live our lives: keep it simple, try new things, and help make others’ lives easier. The team at design collaboration platform InVision recently interviewed two of the best...
With the end of summer rapidly approaching, now is the perfect time to update your collection of fonts! Okay, so here at WebdesignerDepot, every day is the perfect day to update our font collections, but with fall heralding the return to school...
When designing a website we have to strike a balance between the visual elements and the text elements of the site. This is no secret, but it is often not thought of in these terms of balancing between the visually expressed aspects of the design...
The Adobe Originals program launched in 1989 with its first type designs: Adobe Garamond, an historic revival with an emphasis on contemporary typography; and Utopia, an original type design. The launch of the program sent a very clear...
Typecache, the online index and showcase for type foundries and font sellers, recently celebrated a big year for type design and type literacy as they declared their top picks out of the record 550 releases announced in 2013. We've been browsing...
Everyone loves saving money, especially the US government. But could it really be as simple as switching fonts? Last week the media was awash with the story of 14-year-old student Suvir Mirchandani, who claimed that if the United States Government...
Typography is, put simply, the arrangement of type in order to facilitate communication. As a craft, it's been around for hundreds of years, but the web form is still very much in its infancy—no doubt typographers in a decade's time will gasp...
Web design came of age the day webfonts entered wide-spread usage. Prior to that point it's arguable that we were less designers than engineers. However, the enthusiasm with which we've grabbed at font options in web design has lead to a bewildering...
The pinnacle of web development is hand-coding. No other approach delivers the same bespoke quality, performance and all round job-well-done-ness as rolling up your sleeves and digging into source code. As a result, most of us spend all day...
Typographicposters.com is a hidden gem of a site, that displays the artwork of a host of talented graphic designers in poster format. The work on display is not chosen haphazardly but rather held to a very rigid set of design standards, according...