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Playful, Inspired Design: More From Our "Typography For Children" Collection

Our handpicked collection of fonts for children’s projects is so extensive and so fantastically fun, we wanted to highlight some more playful offerings from this eclectic group. Whether you’re designing birthday party invitations, programs for a school concert, inspirational posters for the classroom, or children’s books, the “Typography For Children” collection from YouWorkForThem has something that…


Insigne Foundry’s Latest Releases

Based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Insigne Design’s type foundry is always hard at work creating new typefaces for graphic designers. Created by Jeremy Dooley, Insigne offers an incredible selection of font families at YouWorkForThem. With type designs that range from bold and serious, elegantly refined, and even some that are purely playful, Insigne is sure to…


The Wonders Of OpenType And Our Swash Collection

You might be surprised at just how many fonts have OpenType features and what they can do for you. Think of a font as a bag of frozen peas. We know that sounds totally ridiculous, but hear us out. On the surface, that bag contains nothing more than exactly what it says on the label:…


Gather and Share Your Favorite Products with Our All-New Collections

We’re excited to launch an all-new feature called Collections. You’ll see it under your Account Dashboard, where you can create as many Collections as you want, title them, add descriptions, and choose whether or not you want them to be public or private. Much like the “Favorites” feature of our real-time font preview tool Fontpath,…


ParaType Offers A Myriad Of Design Possibilities

Originating in Moscow, Russia, as a part of ParaGraph International, the designers at ParaType have enjoyed a long history of multilingual type design and conversion. Years ago, typeface development in the Soviet Union took place only within a designated cadre belonging to Polygraphmash, a state research institute that held the largest collection of Cyrillic fonts…


WebFonts: Bringing Variety and Style to the Written Web

In the early days of web design, there was a heavy reliance on “web safe fonts.” Web safe fonts are groups of typefaces that will display in a similar manner for just about every computer user. Sans-serif fonts such as Arial or Verdana, and serif fonts like Georgia or Times New Roman were the typical…


Ramiz Guseynov's TipografiaRamis Font Foundry

Ramiz Guseynov was born and raised in Russia, eventually receiving a college education focused on architecture and graphic design. During the early years of his professional career as a graphic designer, he often found himself working with typography specifically, with much of that time being spent converting Roman typefaces into Cyrillic forms. Ramiz went on…


Tips for Selling Your Fonts / Graphics / Videos / Photos

If you’re a creative person with new, fresh ideas and are thinking about selling your fonts, graphics, videos or photos, here are a few guidelines that can help you be successful. Overall, DO SOMETHING UNIQUE! We’re always looking for high quality, innovative, fresh ideas. We want to break new ground, and release more explorative products. Fonts…


YouWorkForThem WebFonts: Pay Once, Play Forever.

At YouWorkForThem, we think the dominant subscription-based model of WebFonts is nothing short of highway robbery. The Fontopoly charges a monthly fee for the use of the WebFonts they resell–all while refusing to give their customers access to the font files themselves! Instead, they host the files on their own servers, which you must reference in your…

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