Introducing Langdon, the new typeface from XLN Telecom. Working in partnership with Steven Bonner – a leading graphic designer, illustrator and typographer based in the UK – we have developed a typeface that is solid, serious and dependable. Langdon is available as a free download and can be used privately and commercially with no restrictions on usage. We hope you like it!
Posts tagged ‘designers’
Designers do their best on making their sites better and more attractive to the visitors. With creating any site you must take into account that every detail even the smallest and choosing a font you are going to use sometimes can bring you to a deadlock.
Today post you’ll find 18 fonts that you probably haven’t seen before. These fonts are made for specific purposes and others can be used for general use. Note: Like many other things, these fonts individually has a license attached to it, so remember to read them before using them in your project whether it personal or for commercial.
In recent times we hear a lot of buzz going around all about HTML5. Companies such as Apple are predicting that it’s this newest technology will be the death of the popular Flash platform that help powers a lot of rich internet apps and complex dynamic web components. But what is HTML5 and will it really change the jobs of web designers and web developers ?
In this post you will find 15 of the best resources to help you enter your adventure in HTML5 and we are already see the impending technology already being implemented I major web browsers and in large sites such as Google.
Colour can adds the charm to any design whether it for web or for print. If you’re able to achieve a good balance within your design, then it’ll communicate a stronger message much more easily to the users or readers because certain colours can “activate” certain types of emotions whether it is of thinking, change actions or cause reactions.
Here are 12 of some of the best colour tools which you as a designers can’t afford missing.
1. Adobe Kuler
No matter what you’re creating, with Kuler you can experiment quickly with color variations and browse thousands of themes from the Kuler community.
Check My Colours is a tool for checking foreground and background colour combination’s of all DOM elements and determining if they provide sufficient contrast when viewed by someone having colour deficits.
They are millions of websites available, some are true tools for us web designers and developers. I have compiled 15 excellence sites for web designers and developers, that should definitely be added to your bookmarks.
1. Script Src