Tag: typography

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Designing with Great UI Style Guidelines in Mind

Committing to a UI style guide is one of the best ways to preserve great design. Some of the best brands maintain a great website and consistency after multiple updates through an impeccable UI style guide. Learn by example what a good UI style guide looks like from some of the best digital brands in the…

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Type Genius helps you match Fonts for Web Projects

Designers are not always masterful typographers and this includes the ability to perfectly match up interesting font choices. The Type Genius webapp was made specifically for help with font matching. You can select from a number of very popular web typefaces and you’ll get a custom list of possible matches. Some typefaces some with a…

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39 Fonts for Typography Fanatics (Plus Hundreds of Extras)

Do you ever find yourself lying awake at night thinking about typography? Do your friends catch you analyzing menu fonts when you’re out to dinner? If so, you may be a font fanatic. It’s OK, I’m one too. And that’s how I know that you’re going to love this bundle just as much as I…

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Tips for Optimizing Stereotypical Landing Page Designs

Are you doing everything right and still striving to get results? Are users still abandoning your landing page? Do you think that you are not getting enough results from the money which you are spending on your pay per click campaigns? In this post we will discuss some of the most useful tips to optimize…

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Font Flame Marries Tinder Matching with Typography

Those who follow the rapidly growing(or decaying?) culture of dating in the western world should know about Tinder. It’s a “dating” app that allows you to pair up with people in your area. After entering some info Tinder will do its best to pair you up with other nearby people on Tinder. You swipe left…

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How to Create Perfect White Space in Web/UI Design

Web UI design is built upon many common repeatable patterns and best practices, but not many  “carved in stone” rules. Design is an art form, and as such, “good” or “bad” design is often subjective to users. However, there are certainly guidelines derived from design fundamentals that can help designers train their eye to build…

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How Font Choices can Make or Break your Design

When you get down to brass tacks every website is really about content. And while video is a huge market, nothing can ever replace text. Books have made it this far and I don’t think books are fading out anytime soon.

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