Fonts selection and resources for type designers.
If you remember the amazing energetic Thirsty Script font from Yellow Design Studio, you’ll certainly want to check this deal out! Not only is Mighty Deals bringing the savings… but we’re also bringing you the EXCLUSIVE first chance to own the new Thirsty Soft Font Family!
Another awesome type deal brought to you by MightyDeals. Amelia Basic font is a great choice for anyone looking for a sans-serif that doesn’t look heartless.
This classic Grostesque typeface with 18 unique weights normally sells for $190, but you can buy it for a limited time for only $19, that’s a 90% discount.
If you are tired of those distressed fonts that don’t look realistic at all because every letter is distressed in the same exact manner, take a look at Anodyne. The font family by Yellow Design Studio solves this issue by giving 4 alternates to each letter with different levels of distress, as well as a […]
Another masterpiece from Yellow Design Studio, Gist is an inline slab serif font that features a retro yet modern vibe. With 20 weights and loads of OpenType features including ligatures, swashes and alternates, it comes primed with the tools to work on just about any project. But you’ll need to act fast! For a limited […]
Slab serif fonts are everywhere. After being disregarded by designers for too long, Egyptian styles typefaces are finally getting some good press and become very trendy. In this post we cover the best fonts with slab serifs for your designs. 1. Nexa Slab This font family contains 3 basic forms: italics, obliques and uprights, each […]
2013 was a year rich in new fonts, which makes it hard to sort out the best fonts in that period of time. Nevertheless, looking back at the year’s font catalogues, I’ll try to pick the ones I found the best. 1. Metro Nova This sans serif font family published by Linotype covers all the […]
Have you noticed a trend around layered fonts recently? I did, and I really enjoy this trend. These type systems usually allow for great flexibility and a focus around titling that I find very welcome. In this post I tried to make a selection of the best layered fonts currently available to designers. 1. Core […]
Whether you are a design studio, a freelance designer or simply a typography lover, building up a font catalog is a costly thing to do. Luckily there are quite often some deals that allow you to save some money while building a professional font catalog. 1. TipoType font bundle A great font pack that brings […]
I’ve been wondering today, if I started a design firm today and could only buy ten fonts, which fonts would it be? Well, here are the results… 1. Source Sans Pro Source Sans Pro is Adobe’s first open source font family. Open typefaces already existed before that, but even though some were very good, they […]
Hoefler & Frere-Jones, the famous New York based foundry, has recently launched its own cloud typography service. If Google Webfonts and other free font-face services are not up to your standards, you should definitively take a look at H&FJ’s alternative. They made the announcement through a gorgeous website that explains the core concept and all […]
With the rise of @font-face and the new possibilities it opens, web designers like to use fancy fonts to make their website more unique. However, this does come with a price, an more important loading time for web pages. If saving bandwidth and having fast loading pages is important for you, don’t worry too much, […]
For now the service is pretty much the same as what is offered by Google Web Fonts, but there is potential for improvement since Adobe owns Typekit and distributes its font library. Anyway it’s good to see a major player like Adobe taking steps toward the promotion of web fonts. Check out Adobe Edge Web […]
I just finished reading “Just My Type – a book about fonts”. I was expecting a more professional and technical book, but I enjoyed reading it nonetheless. The book is basically a bunch of type-related stories, anecdotes about fonts and more. I would recommend any font lover to read it, you’ll probably learn a lot […]