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Typography is Loud: Type-Focused Front Pages

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«We are no longer talk­ing about typo­graphy only in the con­text of char­ac­ter­ist­ics of the typeface such as size, weight and style that are aimed to dis­play text; it means much much more. It is an art with a broad range of pos­sib­il­it­ies, which not every­one is able to handle com­pet­ently.»

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15+ Impressive Typography Used In Websites

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«Most of our site’s vis­it­ors are read­ers. And when they do come and vis­it, the odds are they’ll be focus­ing, or at least look for, the texts. In that logic, it’s a no-brain­er to have the idea of mak­ing it more attract­ive.»

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3 Typography Trends for 2016 (With Examples)

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«Design trends. You can hardly do any­thing without see­ing them, they pop up every­where, and they can give your design feel “cur­rent” when used well.»

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50 Web Designs with Awesome Typography

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«These beau­ti­ful web­sites exhib­it how typo­graphy can drive designs. In this show­case, you’ll find fas­cin­at­ing and unapo­lo­get­ic­ally bold imple­ment­a­tions of typo­graph­ic ele­ments.»

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Is Neue Haas Unica the perfect grotesk for the Web?Is Neue Haas Unica the perfect grotesk for the Web?

Is Neue Haas Unica the perfect grotesk for the Web? 

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«This week, the Web went giddy at the knees over the release of Monotype’s Neue Haas Uni­ca. The typeface is a redesign of Haas Uni­ca, itself an attempt to fuse the bet­ter qual­it­ies of Hel­vetica and Uni­vers. »

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7 simple rules for mobile typography7 simple rules for mobile typography

7 simple rules for mobile typography 

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«You’ve prob­ably heard that good typo­graphy is invis­ible, but it’s more accur­ate to say that good typo­graphy makes the act of read­ing effort­less. When the eye travels along a line of text, it does so in jumps, called sac­cades; you don’t read let­ters, or even words, you read snap­shots of parts of words and your brain fills in what it expects to find. »

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Basics to Design a Website – The Essentials of Successful Website Design (Infographic)Basics to Design a Website – The Essentials of Successful Website Design (Infographic)

Basics to Design a Website – The Essentials of Successful Website Design (Infographic)

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Just like a stu­dent of medi­cine needs the found­a­tion of a thor­ough under­stand­ing of human ana­tomy, just like a mech­an­ic can’t sur­vive without know­ing the ins and outs of a car’s engine, and sim­il­ar to the love and rev­er­ence of a soft­ware pro­gram­mer to C++, developers of tem­plates for web­sites, web apps and all web based user exper­i­ences have a lot to gain from being thor­ough with the core essen­tials of website’s ana­tomy! »

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16 Websites with Gorgeous Typography16 Websites with Gorgeous Typography

16 Websites with Gorgeous Typography 

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Often we show off web­sites with great typo­graphy or just great web­sites in gen­er­al. This time around, I wanted to cre­ate a slightly dif­fer­ent list. Here is a list of 16 gor­geous web­sites that also hap­pen to have gor­geous typo­graphy. »

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25 Examples of Beautiful Web Typography25 Examples of Beautiful Web Typography

25 Examples of Beautiful Web Typography 

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Web fonts have given web design­ers great­er options for web typo­graphy. For ideas and inspir­a­tion, check out these beau­ti­ful examples of web typo­graphy. »

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12 websites that use big typography beautifully12 websites that use big typography beautifully

12 websites that use big typography beautifully 

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Big typo­graphy for web design has been very pop­ular and trendy for a few years already. Its main advant­age is the power­ful impact it can have on the read­ers, and the effi­ciency in get­ting sim­ple mes­sages accross. »

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