Fonts

  • Glyphter: New Free Service Helps You Build Your Custom Icon Font From Random SVGs In No Time

    Glyphter.com is one of those services that got me immediately. It is simple to use, it works absolutely flawlessly, it is nicely designed and it keeps all of its promises. It even is free. What more could we want? Read on and build your own custom icon font using any SVG you have at hand while waiting for the bus.



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  • Let It Snow: Festive Resources to Santa up Your Website

    In these special times we tend to not only decorate houses, streets, the whole country, basically. We don’t even leave our websites untouched. Christmassy looks are mandatory these days. If you are on the lookout for a bunch of effects to implement on your blog, portfolio, whatever, look no further. We have compiled a small collection of just what you need to bring that Santa sparkle to the eyes of your visitors.



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  • Make a Snatch: More Than 2,000 Commercial-Use Fonts for the Price of Not Even One

    There are a handful of things every designer cannot have enough of. Ready-made resources are one of these things and, thus, always appreciated. They need not necessarily be free, yet shouldn’t cost a fortune, either. In this Deal of the Week we have fonts for you – loads of fonts. More than 2,000 fonts out of more than 300 font families will have you spoilt for choice. What you don’t need to decide is which ones you’ll wanna buy. They are all great, so there’d just be the agony of choice again. Instead, just snatch them all for a mere 27 dollars. Don’t laugh, we’re serious…



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  • Deal of the Week: Verb, Family of 72 Superb Fonts for 50 Cent Each

    Our Deal of the Week features a font family for which the term "family" is not really fitting as a family is a comparably small unit of society. Verb, which by the way is the name of our featured font "family", is more like a font tribe with its 72 different fonts. Verb is able to suit any modern design with one or the other part of its tribe’s members. From decently serious to happily partying, any message can be conveyed convincingly. Verb is like the mother of all Sans Serifs, to be a little pathetic…



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  • IcoMoon, Fontello and Fontastic.me: Best of Icon Fonts

    Icons are the best invention since canned beer, at least designers might agree. They are definitely on the rise in popularity. Mobile devices with their comparably small screens boost the use of icons as natural choices for navigation menus in modern web design. New icon sets get created by the hour. Especially mobile design is the trigger for a new breed of icons. These are no longer implemented in the form of individual PNGs or so-called sprites. Icon’s successor is the icon font. Iconfonts have many advantages with the biggest being their free scalability to any size, while at the same time reducing server requests to an absolute minimum. The downside of icon fonts is, that in most cases you will not need the whole font set or – even worse – need icons from different font sets. Font generators have come to deal with both of these problems. Today we’ll take a look at three of the best generators the web has to offer…



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  • Melany Lane Script Bargain: One of the Most Beautiful Fonts Out There

    This is hands down one of the most beautiful font families I’ve ever come across. And I been here from the beginning of the 90s, so this does mean something. Melany Lane Script by Yellow Design Studio is one of these fonts no designer can do without. You’ll feel the need to possess it no matter the project. I actually fell in love. How about you?



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  • Next to Naught: Nexa Slab Font, Typeface with Multi-National Characterset, Dirt-Cheap

    Fonts are plain sailing. There is no shortage. Even freely usable fonts are no rarity. Google Fonts even offers a few hundreds of beautiful variants. But, what if you want your design stand out from the rest? What if you are not into buying at the next Trader Joe’s? What if you need multiple language support? Things get a little more complicated, then. Today we got something for you. Keep calm and read on…



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  • Veneer Font Family Bargain: Distressed Typeface for Next to Nothing

    If someone tells you that you look distressed, you won’t jump for joy. That’s because you are no typeface. These actually look darn good distressed. At least as long as the distressed looks are applied by experts. Yellow Design Studio definitely is such an expert. I actually don’t know why, but they decided to offer their top-selling font Veneer for next to nothing via Mighty Deals. Let’s not complain and grab it while we can…



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  • Grab Beautiful Samantha Script Font As Long As It’s Almost Free!

    Fonts can make or break a project. Whether it’s on a T-shirt, an ad or a headline on a website, if a font is boring or really hard to read, you’ve already lost your audience. Finding the right elegant font can be particularly tricky, though, since the intricate detail can often render your words illegible. There’s no shortage of fonts on the web, yet the really good ones, the outstanding ones often come with price-tags that immediately raise your blood-pressure. On the other hand, pricy fonts are not used by everyone. Chances are, that you’ll not find them in each and every brochure or pizza menu out there.



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  • To Eat With Your Eyes: 40+ Delicious Food Typography Designs

    Delicatessen and fabulous fonts are two sources of inspiration for me, and when they are combined, even better! In fact, it’s really very clever to create beautiful typographical designs with food. Designers then have the chance to trigger cravings with the food, which viewers then associate with the typography. Of course, most food typography is purely for artistic purposes, but every once in a while you may come across a title font that would be perfect for that restaurant website you are building. At the very least, the following collection of food typography designs will give you some great inspiration, whether your project is a cooking contest or the creation of a new font.



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