How would these great book covers from the past look like when set in motion? Here we go…
Animation: Henning M. Lederer / led-r-r.net/
Music: Jörg Stierle / soundcloud.com/muschel
Set type as part of your content creation workflow, and your readers will be in for a treat. Check out these 3 ways to improve the readability of your content. Via Clark from InVision
What’s the difference between an EM DASH and a HYPHEN? Tell me, when do you use STRAIGHT quotes vs CURLY? People, learn your punctuation. Study up using this handy typographic cheat sheet for characters and usage via type wolf …
A comprehensive guide to using proper typographic characters, including correct grammatical usage. via typewolf
I love type. Have I mentioned that yet? Yesterday I came across an amazing shop on ETSY – SignYourName. Its an artistic photo collection of actual signs that feature thousands of different names and letters. Using a variety of images, they design unique, personal gifts showcased on a variety of product choices. Personally I am stalking the iPhone case. Check it out…
Via Creative Bloq
Originally designed for The Times newspaper in 1931, Times New Roman has become one of the world’s most leading typefaces. This 3-minute documentary film brings together a series of leading designers, including Jonathan Barnbrook and Neville Brody, who explain how it came about and what’s special about it.
Sharing an cool little graphic post from http://www.onextrapixel.com Facebook page today : The Psychology Behind Type Choices. Good stuff!
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