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Funny Designer Diagrams

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Honest Slogans

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All images are from Honest Slogans – a project by Clif Dickens. You can find more at his website or follow Honest Slogans in Twitter.

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If Movies Had Crappy Fonts

Via jest.com

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This Is My Really Useful Poster

To keep close at hand, or within view of your desk. We are supposed to know these off hand, but how many of us do, really? From the four print series “Really Useful” by Mash Creative. The set includes Greenwich Mean Time, Emoticon, Print Size & Metric Conversion information on each.

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Brand Logos According to Your Kid


Fresh Impressions on Brandmarks
Something to think about, maybe, before you design your next logo…
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Cool typographic video

I recently found this video on the Gizmodo.com website…

Sad song lyrics, but interesting type design.

What do you think??

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New Years Celebration

Like you, we took a break from fonts and celebrated the new year…

 

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Social Media Nativity

Very well done Christmas video… a sort of modernized version. Enjoy!

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Official FontGear mascot

We’ve decided that we need an official mascot around here, so… here she is.. Chloe!

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The secret Helvetica alliance

Helvetica is a great typeface. And although any respectable designer has an appropriate regard for Helvetica, it seems that Apple is a bit love drunk over the whole thing.

Have you notice how many versions of Helvetica you have on your Mac? Helvetica LT MM, Helvetica.dfont, HelvecticaCY.dfont, HelveticaNeue.dfont, maybe more.

It’s like a secret alliance hiding in the depths of your font folders. Gives me the creeps.

and of course having all those Helveticas hanging around makes problems.

Apparently the only solution is to buy and install an OpenType version of Helvetica with a slightly different name and only and forever use that one. Just ignore the others.

Or you can use a font manager to manage your system fonts.

Related Links: FontDoctorFontXChange

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