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SamsungOne font becomes the company’s official universal typeface for all of its products

SamsungOne font becomes the company’s official universal typeface for all of its products | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it
Following Google and Apple, Samsung is the latest company to design its own font to represent its brand. SamsungOne is a universal typeface that will be featured on everything from smartphones to appliances. Reflecting the company’s global presence, SamsungOne is a family of scripts that covers 26 writing systems, more than 400 languages, and over 25,000 glyphs.
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Why Designers Love The Ampersand

Why Designers Love The Ampersand | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it

A romance that dates back to Pompeii. - the ampersand attracts such endless fascination. There are coloring books about ampersands, ampersand-a-day Tumblr blogs, and a whole cottage industry of t-shirt makers working in ampersands...

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Hillary Clinton logo typeface

Hillary Clinton logo typeface | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it
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Inspired by the logo for Hillary Clinton's 2016 Presidential run, designer Rick Wolff created an entire uppercase alphabet for a typeface he's calling Hillvetica

 

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TypeTalk: Laura Worthington, Script Designer Extraordinaire

TypeTalk: Laura Worthington, Script Designer Extraordinaire | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it
Read more at http://creativepro.com/article/typetalk-laura-worthington-script-designer-extraordinaire
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- i LOVE all her fonts, and have purchased nearly all her script! 


" One of the most accomplished and prolific designers of script typefaces, Laura Worthington, reveals how she got started, where she finds inspiration, what her toughest challenges are, and more."  ~ creativepro.com

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LEARN | TypeTalk: Mastering Type and Color 

LEARN | TypeTalk: Mastering Type and Color  | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it

Color can be used for the actual type, or used in the background to help emphasize the type, which might be black, white, or a color. It can attract and influence a viewer in both overt and subtle ways: color can create visual excitement and variety while drawing the eye to important words, points, or other information you wish to highlight.

The Psychology of Color

What color is used as well as how and where to use it are critical to communicating a particular message. Color can be used to draw attention to important elements, but it can also be used to communicate specific themes and moods. Red,  | read more..

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Google announces Literata, its new e-book typeface

Google announces Literata, its new e-book typeface | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it
Created in conjunction with TypeTogether, Google began work on Literata in April 2014.
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Google has announced a new typeface for Google Books: Literata.

Replacing Droid Serif as the default typeface for e-books via Google Books, Google says Literata is “perfect for long reads on all devices”.

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4 Techniques for Combining Fonts | Hoefler & Co.

4 Techniques for Combining Fonts | Hoefler & Co. | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it
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Building a palette is an intuitive process, and expanding a typographic duet to three, four, or even five voices can be daunting. Hoefler & Co.'s approach for mixing font families is to keep one quality consistent, and let the others vary.

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