Category: Typography

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…

Find Free Open Source Fonts with Use & Modify

Although this site’s design is a little rough around the edges, Use & Modify is a brand new tool that’s more than just a homepage layout. At first glance you might not know where to begin. But with a little scrutiny you should realize that Use & Modify is a great tool with a lot…

10 Minimal Websites with Attractive Typography

One of the biggest trends of the last few years is using fullscreen hero images combined with big typography. But like most trends, designers often abuse them only because they’re in fashion, with no regards to critically think about a design choices. Flat design is the worst and often misunderstood.

Overpass Webfont Released as Open Source on GitHub

Free webfonts allow web designers to move far beyond system default typefaces. Now designers have dozens(if not hundreds) of free fonts at their fingertips. A new contender named Overpass has just been released on GitHub. It was published by Andy Fitz and copyrighted to Red Hat, Inc. But while the font is maintained through copyright,…

7 Golden Rules of Combining Fonts for Mobile

At Webydo, we understand the importance of creating websites that work well and look great across a wide range of devices being used today. Responsive websites with layouts that change based on a visitor’s screen size are critical to success on today’s Web. The typographic styles used on those sites (and how those styles adjust…

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