The anti-interview series that dives deep into the quirky crevasses of designers, illustrators and typographers. Dumb questions for smart designers consists of fun tales and hilarious anecdotes from the most talented creatives around the world.
Design beautiful typography – one of the most popular applications for web designers is now a full-blown typography editor.
Jeremiah Shoaf revisited Google Fonts library with the hopes of uncovering some new and interesting typeface pairings. Check the five favorites that he discovered.
James Edmondson: “Taking a year off to study typeface design in another country, under a few of the world’s premier type designers sounds great, right? Well it is! But it’s not all fun and games.”
Gerry Leonidas shares his guidelines for writing, specifically for design students. Part 1 – A pattern for structured writing and Part 2 – Describing things.
The 2nd TYPO Labs Conference will be held in Berlin, 6–8 April 2017. TYPO Labs is an immersive type technology summit featuring talks, industry discussion panels, classrooms, peer learning and countless networking opportunities.
Typekit Marketplace is a hub for finding and buying great fonts from some of the biggest names in the type world.
In June 2016, the Slanted editors Lars Harmsen and Julia Kahl embarked on a two-week-trip to Warsaw, taking a close look on the contemporary design scene.
Adobe Creative Cloud apps were just updated to version 2017. Check the list of new features of Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, After Effects, Muse or Lightroom.
The perfectly legible Portada is out to prove serifs have online game, too. A review by Angela Riechers, AIGA Eye on Design blog.