In September 2011 Fast Company introduced three new typefaces to their print publication. Kaiser, Zizou Sans and Zizou Slab were all commissioned as part of a design overhaul.
Tag: Web Design
Snooping web fonts made easy
Sure, you can find out all you need to know about fonts on a web page by inspecting the code with Firebug or the likes, but the WhatFont bookmarklet makes font snooping super easy.
Good Google web fonts
Having trouble finding the best Google web fonts for your next website design? Chad Mazzola wants to help you out…
Nice site: Cast Iron Design Company
Cast Iron Design Company has not forgotten the reason we designers got all excited about the prospect of web fonts in the first place: the ability to use real fonts for typographic design instead of replacing text with images…
Web Typography for the Lonely
Web Typography for the Lonely is an ongoing collection of experiments and writings on, you guessed it, web type. Each entry features a demo and write-up explaining how the result was achieved.
100th post and 2011 sign-off
This is Typedeck’s 100th post since launching in June this year – a great milestone and a good time to sign off for 2011. Thanks for all the support and positive feedback so far!
Trent Walton pushes the boundaries of web type
The curious case of the missing canvas: How typographic scale will save design
For the last few days I have really been trying to wrap my brain around the concepts of scale and ratio in design and specifically typography. The intention of this post is to continue the conversation on these topics…
Jason Santa Maria rethinks his website
Who would launch the tenth anniversary redesign of their website on a Friday afternoon? Well, probably only Jason Santa Maria. His twitter bio sums up his unfortunate predicament: “Designer by day, designer by night.”
Zerply – a professional network that employs typography to net users
From the end of the alphabet to the tip of your tongue, Zerply is the tech startup everyone is tweeting about this week. So, why do these guys think they can they give LinkedIn a run for their money?