Jeremiah Shoaf revisited Google Fonts library with the hopes of uncovering some new and interesting typeface pairings. Check the five favorites that he discovered.
Gerry Leonidas shares his guidelines for writing, specifically for design students. Part 1 – A pattern for structured writing and Part 2 – Describing things.
Not all of the following tips are sneaky, per se, but they’ll certainly help you suss out who the newbies are, and give you an idea of what you’re in for. By Kevin Whipps, Creative Market.
Small caps are capital letterforms that are shorter than full-sized caps. They are usually the height of the lowercase or slightly taller when part of a text font. Learn how to use them properly. (more…)
Typographic terminology is sometimes very specific, and the nuances can be confusing. Understanding the distinctions will enable you to communicate more clearly, typographically speaking, and help you to make the best use of your fonts and software. (more…)