A book every Designer should own, Thinking with Type by Ellen Lupton, now has a new online edition finished off with Typotheque webfonts.
Archive for September, 2010
The answer to the age ol’ question in 4+ minutes. Have a watch.
Let me start off by apologizing on the lack of new articles. This year has been hectic, but great in so many ways. I’m still doing my best to figure out time management and unfortunately that meant less writing in recent months. Nonetheless, the site lives on and with my lack of self-written posts I’ve [...]
I absolutely love Boxee (the social-centric media center that is currently hacked on my Apple TV) and also love reading about design processes, so this article is a must read. Whitney Hess breaks down her process, questions asked, usability tests and wireframes and more. Check it out.
Here’s a handy little Mac menubar app: LittleIpsum. A quick and lightweight app that allows you to copy words, sentences or paragraphs right from your Mac’s* menubar. *Requires OS X 10.6+
The Google Font API has now been introduced to Google Docs and marks yet another stepping stone for the Web Typography Movement. “Documents without font choices are like photographs without colors. Just as shades of color can add depth to a picture, smart font choices give your text another dimension.”