We know how typography can be a challenge to designers, especially those with less experience, or a natural taste for type (like type designers). So knowing how to font pair effectively can seem like a bit daunting. It takes time, it takes some hits and misses, and courage to tackle it straight on. Even though […]
Lately, I’ve been spending so much time at the computer, that it’s been hard to enjoy it. So, when I see designers trying to escape the computer and going back to manual work, I can relate.
One of the techniques that are popping up lately is hand painting signs. There are a handful of reasons why it has become so popular recently, and why so many are choosing to go down that road.
Either you love or hate typography and Helvetica’s font in particular, chances are you have used it at least once.
But why is Helvetica the designers’ font by default? And why does it provoke such mixed responses from designers worldwide?
Just a few days ago, Coca-Cola’s vice president of global design, James Sommerville, announced the release of their new custom typeface, TCCC Unity.
Besides working both in physical and digital environments, it also has its own IOS and Android apps.