It’s January and many of us are back at work no whether if it freelance or working for a agency etc. Finding what’s new for web designers and developers is always great as there are many great products such as new web apps, frameworks, jQuery plugins, colour tools, and great new fonts. Many of the resources featured in this post are free or cost are just a few dollars, and are sure to be useful to a lot of designers and developers out there.
ResponsiveSlides.js is a tiny jQuery plugin that creates a responsive slideshow using images inside a single container. It work with wide range of browsers including all IE versions from IE6 and up. It also adds css max-width support for IE6 and other browsers that don’t natively support it. Only dependency is jQuery and that all the images are same size.
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.
There were tons of great free fonts released this year and with this year coming to the end today post will feature 35 Best Free Fonts From this year.
Even though I feature a lot of free fonts on The Creative Project today is a bit different most of the following fonts aren’t free but they are affordable for anyone to use as there are very well made and you can see the perfection of details that have been made to each font. But if you wishing that some of the 18 fonts would be free you won’t be disappointed as I’ve haven’t forgotten about that by featuring some great free fonts in this post.
Mishka is a classy upright script, closely related to Emil Bertell’s recent Barber and Pepita Script releases. Mishka has clear letterforms yet plenty of options for more decorative custom headlines. Turn on Swash, Stylistic Alternates or Contextual Alternates in any Opentype savvy program, or pick any of the extra alternates from the glyph panel. Mishka’s Small Caps help to maintain legibility even in small sizes.
Today freebie is the Font named Ribbon, a geometric display face with opentype features first appearing as a Numeral Set, Ribbon is now a full display face, including Opentype features for an alternate alphabet.
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Designers should be creative in all they create. Starting from their artwork to finishing it with the selection of typography. Some say that one shouldn’t really pay much attention to it, but if you are a professional then you do the best you can to make your work perfect.
Most of these fonts are free, but I’ve includes some that you might need to pay for them to use also please make sure you read the license agreements carefully before using the fonts, they can change from time to time.
In today post, I’m bringing you more freshly made fonts so you can creative those masterpieces, the fonts featuring today may need to require a quick registration to download them, but they’re well worth it. I’m just not posting just free fonts and paid for fonts. but you can’t have too many fonts at your disposal no matter if they are free or not.
A modern sans serif typeface with a pure clean line form. The idea has been to design a font with a proportioned and balanced structure that is applicable to a wide variety of uses. Details include 6 weights with italics, a full character set, manually edited kerning and Euro symbol.
The days of being limited to just a handful of fonts on the web are rapidly coming a thing of the past. The problem is no longer a lack of viable solutions but rather an abundance of them. Technologies like Cufon, sIFR, FLIR and @font-face all represent different groups of developers placing bets on what they believe is to be the future of web typography. (more…)