cheredyles:

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Quote of the week - 31/03/2014
João Neves   |   http://behance.net/nevesman
Graphic designer and musician based in Lisbon, Portugal. Focused on typography, graphic design, branding and illustration.
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Quote of the week - 31/03/2014

João Neves   |   http://behance.net/nevesman

Graphic designer and musician based in Lisbon, Portugal. Focused on typography, graphic design, branding and illustration.

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My Top 5 Favorite Web Fonts

Fonts play a huge role in design, especially interactive design. The text is how your message is delivered. The font that message is in will convey how your message should be perceived, from fun fonts like Pacifico to more conservative fonts like Times New Roman

I have a few that I tend to gravitate towards when I need an easy-to-read font for long paragraphs of text, and a few that I like for larger headlines. 

1. Open Sans

Open Sans is one the more versatile web fonts (and most used) for body text. This font includes 13 different styles (including condensed). That is awesome for body text. I create designs for a cms that allows our clients to easily edit the content of their sites. Having bold and italic and even a bold-italic is important to be able to give the client the versatility they look for.  



2. Titillium

Titillium is a great contemporary sans-serif font with some personality. It has a slightly more modern feel than Open Sans. This font family has 16 styles in it (including condensed). 



3.  Oswald

This easy to read condensed sans-serif is great for headlines. There are 3 styles in this font family.  



4. Lora

This is a lovely serif font with 4 styles in its family. Serif fonts are great for adding a traditional feel to a design. While serif fonts are usually used as body copy in print, they are not the easiest fonts to read in body text on screens. 



5. Josefin Slab

This slab-serif font is great for titles and headings. It comes in 10 different styles from thin to bold. Slab serifs feel more modern than the traditional serif font.



Those are 5 of my favorite (and most used) fonts. Here is great site going more in depth on the issue of fonts. 

ohyesverynice:

Why can’t we just make something beautiful?

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Why can’t we just make something beautiful?

betype:

Strong Beautiful Letterpress by The Type Hunter.

lovely type

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Photo TypeJunkie

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geminianum:

2014 Oscar Nominees // Saul Bass Remixed


To make the task of creating alternative movie posters for this year’s Oscar nominees a little more interesting, I decided to limit myself to solely remixing famous work of Saul Bass instead of making something completely new. This way my options were very restricted, but at the same time it made the process of finding the solution of representing a movie visually somehow easier (confirming the known rule of ‘limitations driving creativity’). 

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