Posts Tagged ‘Typography’

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Code Patterns & Style Guides

Living Style Guide documentation on the web is a difficult problem, gaining a lot of attention in the last few years. Let's take an in-depth look at one way to store patterns directly in Sass, and generate documentation automatically.

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Get Started with Design: 4 Useful Tools & Tutorials

So you'd like to start learning design, but the number of tools and tutorials available is overwhelming. Where do you start? I recommend Paper for sketching out UX ideas, Practical Color Theory for Coders to generate color palettes and learn color theory, Choosing the Right Font: A Practical Guide to Typography on the Web as an introduction to typography, and Adobe Experience Design for UX prototyping.

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How to Choose Engaging & Accessible Typography for Your Website Brand

How do you choose the best fonts for a brand identity among the thousands of options available on the interwebs these days? Whether you’re starting from scratch or rebranding like us, this step-by-step guide can help focus and direct your process.

First, define your brand goals. Next, explore your options. There are many excellect resources that offer free, high quality, and accessible fonts; I list 7 of my favorites in this guide. Create element collages to test your typeface pairings in context. Finally, vote on the best options with your team.

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What's Old is New: Drop Caps in CSS

Using an emphasized initial letter is a technique that has been used for centuries. Let's dive in to see some ways you can apply it to your project to help guide your reader with visual hierarchy.

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Behind the Scenes: OddSite Brand Process

What follows is an in-depth look at our brand design process thus far as we work towards a new look and feel for this, our OddSite. Details. Confessions. What worked. What flopped. And why.

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