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  • Aspira
    Aspira is sans-serif font family. Aspira is versatile, legible, and geometric. Aspira is a superfamily of 112 styles. […]

Nanamee

  • Funkyback Pattern Vector
    Jazz up all your graphic needs with a Funkyback pattern, the perfect marriage of modern retro style. Take pleasure in creating your own masterpieces that enduce enjoyment. […]

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June 7, 2012

Without continual growth, success has no meaning.

Without continual growth, success has no meaning.

Summer’s here (for those of us in the northern hemisphere) and the time is right, and as always we’ve been busy behind the scenes here at YouWorkForThem. We’ve got some cool new features, tweaks, and general change-for-the-better to announce, so buckle up and watch the blinking lights.

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February 13, 2012

YWFT WebFonts: Design and Efficiency, Together at Last

YWFT WebFonts: Design and Efficiency, Together at Last

Ever since the “@font-face” CSS declaration, font providers have been scrambling to implement options, and let’s face it–most have been less than ideal. We’ve all tried to figure out confusing lists of unnecessary options, when all we wanted was some quick design options. And more than once we’ve been confronted by subscription payments and intrusive […]

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April 16, 2010

Type Tester Upgrades + More

Type Tester Upgrades + More

We wanted to drop a quick post to let everyone know we have updated our Type Tester feature. We have added a larger viewing area and larger sizes of 100pt, 150pt and 200pt. We have also added character support for european characters and other special symbols, this means

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July 23, 2009

Site Updates!

Site Updates!

We have some good news for those of you who purchase items from our site.   This past weekend we updated our system to no longer need those pesky download codes! Now when you go to download your items, you can instantly grab your purchased items from the receipt, no need to enter the code […]

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March 6, 2009

Interim Camp

poor visibility; weather again unsettled today. surreal rocks and riven lowlands, valleys fog-shrouded. frightening depths, and emptiness. rarity of air is noticeable. what are you looking for in this hostile stretch? Came across this tonight, super nice work.

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February 18, 2009

Media Temple Saves the Day!

Media Temple Saves the Day!

I am sure some of you web nerds out there have heard of Media Temple. If you haven’t, well they are a super nice web hosting company, the company that hosts YouWorkForThem. We have been using them for around 7+ years now, and they have taken good care of us with our nagging and requests.  […]

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February 18, 2009

System Updates (Login Fix)

Lordy Lordy, sometimes things just take awhile. We FINALLY fixed the bug on our store when some users login and get a blank page. After much treasure digging, we found the culprit and the bug is fixed. Now when you login, you should be greeted by your cozy account page. Sorry for all the troubles, […]

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January 14, 2009

Buamai

Buamai

My latest side project, Buamai, is now official. The goal of Buamai was to gather a select community of authors to begin creating an interesting image archive relative to art and design. The project is in its very first stages, so its fresh, small and just now getting off the ground but in the coming […]

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December 29, 2008

Windows 7 (Beta Leak)

Windows 7 (Beta Leak)

A while back I mentioned about a new version of Windows coming for all you PC using designers out there. Well a beta has been leaked if you want to be adventurous. The screen shots show it does look ‘ok’, but I still prefer Apple’s approach to os design (go figure).  (Zdnet)

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May 21, 2008

Psst, New Site Coming…

Psst, New Site Coming...

Thats right, we are currently working on a new site, yes the main youworkforthem site. As the current design has served us well for close to 6 years now, we are looking to upgrade it in speed and size to meet with todays world. The current design uses an insane amount of html tables, all […]

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January 20, 2008

R&Sie(n)

R&Sie(n)

Always excellent work from French architects “R&Sie(n)“. In their work, built forms are never static. Materials and forms are temporal, becoming vegetal agglomerations or literally animated by raw animal strength. Also, check out their work and other intriguing work at Scripted by Purpose.

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