26 FREE SERIF FONTS for GRAPHIC & WEB DESIGNERS

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Designers are always looking for the best quality free fonts for their art-works but sometime it may be really hard to find it. So here it is a list of 26 FREE SERIF FONTS for you to download directly without any subscription requirement or any fee. The fonts, below are … Read More

20 TYPOGRAPHY GUIDELINES EVERY GRAPHIC DESIGNER SHOULD KNOW (for web)

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Typography is an important part of web design as it is for graphic and interactive designs. I can say that without it, your designs won’t be effective and accurate. Today I’m going to start with writing about TYPOGRAPHY for WEB. In the following days I will write about it for … Read More

FONT COMBINATIONS FOR YOUR PRESENTATIONS & INFOGRAPHICS

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FONTS, TYPEFACES, FONTFACES, etc… In fact, it is the main problem for all beginners and students in graphic/web designing. If you do not know how to deal with fonts, the result is a disaster. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced – here it is… Knowing how to pair … Read More

FONTS PAIRING GUIDE FOR DESIGNERS

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ARE YOU THE ONE WHO IS UNSURE WHICH TYPEFACE TO USE? THERE YOU GO!.. If you think learning how to combine fonts is a skill needed only by designers, think again. Whether you’re creating a presentation, typing a document or redesigning your resume, you’re making decisions about what fonts would look … Read More

ANATOMY OF TYPOGRAPHY / INFOGRAPHIC

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Although you probably know the difference between serif and sans-serif fonts. But typography is actually so much more interesting than that. Did you know that letters can be dissected into parts as if they were a puzzle? Like people, fonts have personalities, moods, styles—and even anatomical features! And last but … Read More

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A FONT & A TYPEFACE?

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A typeface is the collective name of a family of related fonts (such as Times New Roman), while fonts refer to the weights, widths, and styles that constitute a typeface (such as Times New Roman Regular, Italic, Bold, etc.). Not all typefaces consist of multiple fonts however. Most people use … Read More

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