Let it not be said that I don’t like finding free fonts for you.
If there’s one site you absolutely must visit today, it’s this one.
Legendary typographer/typophile and design Erik Spiekermann describes his woes with Apple’s recent trend—particularly with Mac OS X Lion and Mountain Lion—towards skeuomorphic UI and digital kitsch. And he’s right. He’s absolutely right.
Since Google unveiled Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), and later announced the new Android ICS Style Guide, we’ve started to see a few apps trickle into Google Play taking advantage of the new design-focussed platform and style.
If you’re looking for a clean and sturdy grotesque sans-serif that’s still full of personality, you should definitely check this.
Modernist? Check. Typographical? Check. Grids? Check. Gorgeous. Check.
Free typefaces are always nice.
Masters of simple, minimal yet smart identity design, Sweden’s 1910, recently unveiled some more work, like this identity design for Translation Recordings.
Now this is a very nice typeface. Introducing Process Type Foundry’s Chrono typeface, a “nearly-geometric” sans-serif.
Today, your required reading is this: Place Your Emphasis HERE, Not THERE.