web design

Buying Fonts with YouWorkForThem

With the new year just around the corner, everyone from bloggers to corporations have been focusing on the impact that mobile devices will have on web design in 2016. The latest buzz indicates that high-impact and unique fonts for web content are in while default browser fonts, such as Times New Roman and Arial, are becoming a […]

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Introducing FontPath, the new way to find fonts.

We here at YouWorkForThem have always prided ourselves on curating the freshest font and design trends, and in bringing our customers the best deals. With that principle in mind, we set out to build a new way of quickly sorting fonts. We know many of you want to get in and out of our store […]

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Download WOFF2 WebFonts at YouWorkForThem

YWFT WebFonts 1.6 is now available for all 30,000+ WebFonts on our site. This update includes full support for WOFF 2.0, which provides improved compression/lower use of network bandwidth, while still allowing fast decompression even on mobile devices. In most cases, the overall WebFont file size is decreased by over 50%! Chrome 36 and Opera 26 […]

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Download Andes Rounded by LatinoType

LatinoType and Daniel Hernández are at it again, this time with Andes Rounded. Andes Rounded, is a display typeface that has neo-humanist characteristics. Its different terminals, among other elements, give it a look of mixed typography. Andes contains 10 upright weights, 10 italics & condensed versions, ranging from ultra light to black, each of the […]

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The YouWorkForThem Book Archive

Our extensive and wonderful Book Archive is back online, optimized and redesigned for an overall better experience. We hope this helps any of you looking for some great inspiration, and or want to preview a book before buying. Be sure to check out ‘The Best Graphic Design Books‘ post, which outlines what books we think […]

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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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