Here’s an exciting story about Typography Fonts: in July 2012, Errol Morris conducted an experiment titled ‘Are You an Optimist or a Pessimist?’ Where he presented an excerpt from a book by David Deutsch (The Beginning of Infinity). Morris wasn’t bothered with what people thought they were. He wanted to know how typography fonts influence perception, how typeface affects the credibility of the text. He used 6 fonts (Baskerville, Comic Sans, Helvetica, Georgia, Computer Modern, Trebuchet) and text in Comic Sans and Helvetica had the most negative responses while Baskerville was the clear winner. In this article, we take a look at 4 Typography Designs with Awesome Font Selection.
Are you a hand letter artist who wants to improve your letter forms and script lettering? or maybe you want to learn more about the art of creating custom letterforms? Then we have the perfect online course for you to lean just that. The course is taught by UK hand lettering artist Ian Barnard who is passionate about typography and creating custom lettering and as he explains
“learning the wonderful craft of calligraphy. It’s amazing what can be achieved when we make stuff with our hands”
Dive into this course and learn how to Level-Up Your Script Lettering! With Ian Barnard.
When it comes to designing a logo, the successful elements all come from the details of the design. This is especially the case when it comes to font and typography of the words on a design where every specific aspect of the wording will create a particular impression and will send a certain message. In this article, we present to you Your Complete Guide to Advanced Logo Typography & Letter Spacing
The design world is diverse and as much as it is diverse; there is a whole lot to explore within this world. However, The best thing about the design world is that nothing, big or small, is unimportant. Each element used exist in a perfect symbiosis and if one thing is out of the box, everything topples.
It can seriously hurt the entire look and feel of the design.
Typography is a critical part of the design, but unfortunately, it is not always well planned out. You can create excellent exemplification, pictures, and other graphic content but if the typography of your design is not good on your products, it could easily turn off potential buyers of your products and services
Calling all designers! We have a fresh set of 30 Free New Fonts For Designers to download right here at The Logo Creative. Its a great source for some cool looking Typefaces absolutely free of charge for you to use personally or commercially with the odd exception to a couple of the typefaces which require a license to use commercially so be sure to check the license info included with each font.
Read on to download the set of 30 Free New Fonts For Designers
Are you a graphic designer wanting to learn how to create consistent letterforms? Do you struggle to maintain size, width, thickness and style throughout your hand-drawn custom type? If this sounds like you or your wanting to sharpen your letterform typography then we have found the perfect product for you that will help you learn and become a better designer in drawing consistent letter forms.
There are few things more exciting for graphic designers than choosing a font for a new product. It is a highly creative activity, which can also be very challenging and time-consuming, especially when you have to navigate through the seemingly-endless pages of typefaces that don’t match your inner vision. And it’s an even bigger struggle to find a free font. That’s why we have done an extensive search and selected some of the best free fonts available online, so you can enjoy your creative process more:
As part of our collaboration with Birmingham-based digital design agency KIJO, we’ve delved into the world of ironic typography. This imaginative, often hilarious project can really get your creative juices flowing as you try to come up with disconcerting combinations of messages and fonts.