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Fast Co.Design’s recent piece, “9 Ideas That Changed the Face of Graphic Design,” summarizes the outlet’s favorite ideas that made graphic design what it is today. Inspired by the book, 100 Ideas That Changed Graphic Design, authored by Steven Heller and Véronique Vienne, below is Fast Co.Design’s shortlist.
Decorative Logo Types
Texts as Images
Here’s a look at some of the inspirational images depicting the 9 ideas above.
Typography is everywhere and we can’t get enough of it. Whether it’s an inspirational quote, a logo design, or the font on your favorite greeting card, typography allows you to express yourself, or shall we say, your “type.” Knowing this, we want to be at the forefront of your inspiration, which is why we’ve gathered some user-generated imagery paying tribute to the great art of typography. Visit our “What’s Your Type” Pinterest board to kern you and your right type closer together. Here’s a few that fuel our creativity:
Typography is one of the most important design elements in a website; it sets the tone and can make or break the whole design. When choosing a font, there are hundreds of databases at your fingertips online. You can opt for a popular, reliable choice such as Helvetica, Rockwell or Future. Or you can scour the web for a new, unknown typeface. But have you ever considered creating your own?
Hand drawn fonts have the possibility of being richly specific and profoundly beautiful. This style allows for complete customization to fit the style and parameters of your web design. Here are just a few of great examples of hand lettering on the web.
Have you seen any great examples of hand-lettering in web design? Share with us in the comments below!
For more on web fonts, check out Typekit by Adobe – a part of the Creative Cloud membership.
Fonts, when used well, can be absolutely beautiful. However when many people think of typography, they likely envision some sort of poster or graphic design, or perhaps even web design. That said, there is something that makes fonts especially wonderful in video as the power of kinetic typography brings words and letters to life through movement.
Below are some examples of a few of our favorite fonts given the kinetic typography treatment. If you’d like to learn more about fonts check out Typekit, which will be included in the Creative Cloud membership.
Rockwell by Jordan Clarke
Whether you’re a math whiz or not, there’s no denying that geometry has always played a large role in design. Shapes relate to one another and provide context among the rest of the design, and they can help to illustrate moods and emotions that enable the artist to convey certain messages.
To celebrate the role of geometry in design, we’ve highlighted a few pieces that play with the ideas of shape and space. Tell us in the comments – what do you love most about geometry’s relationship with design? read more…
Typography is just one element of design, however, typography is also an art form itself. Good fonts blend in seamlessly, and complement their surrounding design with ease, while conveying the proper message to the viewer.
We scoured through some typography posts on Behance to pull together a collection of some terrific typefaces – some of which are even available for free download.
Tell us in the comments – what’s your favorite font? read more…
Now, we’re sharing their entire series, which includes Barcelona, Beijing, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Sydney and Vancouver. Experience the culture of these cities from a different perspective as typography and film come together to bring languages to life. Enjoy and share your thoughts with us below on this cultural around-the-world video campaign.
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