Fonts For Designers 2018

Different styles of fonts send different sorts of messages, they add a different feel. What sort of message do you want to send? Clean and corporate? Comfortable, homely and somewhat informal? Arty, future looking, with that extra swish? Handmade but with grace and pizazz?

Do you love free fonts the way I do? If so, then you’re going to enjoy my list of the 20 best free handwritten fonts for you to use in your 2018 handmade design

Source: 20 Best Free Handwriting Fonts For Designers 2018

If you’re creating a logo for a brand, here are 33 amazing modern sans serif fonts that you might want to use in your project.

Source: 33 Modern Sans Serif Fonts That Are Perfect For Logo Design


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20 Important Design Principles and Resources

There are no fixed rules or formulas for good design, but there are a few basic principles that will help you create design that is effective, functional, and aesthetically pleasing. Technical jargon can sometimes get confusing or overwhelming, which is why Canva has come up with a fantastic infographic that uses

Source: 20 Important Design Principles Explained With Simple Illustrations

Having the principles, clearly understanding them and being able to use them is a start, from there you need to have the resources to undertake the work …

a range of stock images, illustrations, buildings, textures, abstracts, patterns and a whole lot more to aid your projects alonghere there is colour, imagination, views of the city and more

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With so many different fonts out there to choose from, sometimes getting the right combination to use in your project can be a tricky task. This round-up uses 10 visual examples of exquisite font pairings and explains what it is that makes them work

Source: 10 Exquisite Font Pairings and Why They Work so Well

a variety of graphics resources including patterns, textures, stock images, from the abstract and coloured to grunge and beyond – for photoshop, illustrator and morehere you have the urban, plantlife,

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Design Trends, 2017

Here are a few ideas to help you along the way with that all important element of your marketing and branding. How you design what accompanies what you say is so important – the images, the typography, the colour …

Every designer loves breaking the rules every now and then. This month’s web design trends highlight some of the rebellious spirit in ways that look amazing. The key to all these rule-breaking designs is that the rest of the interface is simple and actually follows the rules. From text that doesn’t stay in its “container” to oversized design elements to odd ball geometric shapes, let’s walk on the wild side… Here’s what’s trending in design this month: 1. Text Without Boundaries There was a time that every element in a website design had its own place. That’s not always the case anymore. More designs are allowing elements to cross planes and move into the space of other elements. It sounds like one of those ideas that could go horribly wrong (and it could), but these websites show that there’s something beautiful about text that lives in two spaces at the same time. The trend is exemplified by text elements that cross into multiple containers, such as text that layers over the

Source: 3 Essential Design Trends, October 2017 | Webdesigner Depot

Check out our review of the hottest typography trends for 2017, and become a professional graphic designer.

Source: 10 Typography Trends to Stick to in 2017

Is product design only about how humans interacts with it?

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Showcase, Website Designs, SEO, ideas to help you along

Getting your message out there can be quite  task. You need to have the right content on the right channels at the right time. The styles you employ need to fit with what you are saying. Below are a few bits and pieces to help you make some decisions.

Here’s a stunning roundup which includes a hand-picked showcase of trendy hipster style website designs. They all boast a retro or vintage theme.

Source: Showcase of Trendy Hipster Style Website Designs

Are you looking for ways to improve your business website? Want to know the key aspects you should measure to maximise performance?

Source: Website Analytics: 7 Factors You Should Measure to Maximise Performance [Infographic]

How has your website performed from an SEO perspective since 2012? Have you noticed peaks and troughs in rankings and traffic over the last 5 years?

Source: A Timeline of Google’s SEO Updates & How They Affect Your Website [Infographic]

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Continuing with the seasonal makeover

… and we continue …

Dripping out the same tired designs and marketing messages is not only a dreary affair for the public it is also the same for you – or it should be. Have some fun! Yes, it ay take a little time, or mean you have to spend a few pennies hiring people like us but it can give you a boost as well as your online and overall image, perhaps, just perhaps boosting sales as well. Here are a few more ideas and resources to help you on your way –

The power of beauty in design

Source: Design principle: Aesthetics –

To honor the memory of Gilbert Baker, NewFest and NYC Pride partnered with Fontself to create a free font inspired by the design language of the iconic Rainbow Flag, the font was named ‘Gilbert’ after Mr. Baker.

Source: Type With Pride


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A Makeover for your Online Identity

The seasons are changing – as they do every year – so why not give your brand and your marketing a makeover, freshen things up as the weather warms and flowers bloom. As always design moves on and so should our approach to potential and existing clients and customers. As is usual there are a few resources here for you and a whole set of ideas to play with – from design to typography …

“A company’s logo is like a person’s nickname” is a great analogy I once heard at a design conference. Not only does it simplify the…

Source: Modern Identity and Logo Designs – Inspiration Supply – Medium

It really can be useful to give your business a new look, at least in part, every once in a while. It does not have to be a massive makeover but just a refreshing of your style, design etc. – quite possibly well in keeping with your existing design but something with a slightly new face to it. Design is always being updated in terms of not only what is possible but the current flavours of the day – there are generally a few options running at any one time.

yes! pandora has opened her box and allowed out not quite the chaoos you might expect but some varying patterns for your use, she is mellowing in her old age, take advantage and see what she has to offer

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Pandora has done it again – opening up that box and letting all sorts fly free, well nearly free, here is a range of abstract illustrations useful for backgrounds and a whole lot more. Take a look and see what you think …

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Typography trends that are expected to be embraced more widely in the web and mobile app design in 2017.

Source: Inkoniq | Blog

Are you about to embark on a new website design project for your business? Need some basic design knowledge to help you along the way?

Source: 10 Basic Elements of Design You & Your Website Designer Should Stick To [Infographic] – Red Website Design Blog

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a series of abstract animations of blobs and similar objects in motion, evolving against black or white backgrounds

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Typography – fonts for all desires

In this exclusive feature, our experts select the 11 best new typefaces of 2016.

Source: The Best New Typefaces of 2016 (So Far, Anyway) – Print Magazine

Understanding type can be one of the most difficult elements of design. There’s a lot of terminology and lingo that type designers (and designers, in general) use when talking about lettering. Sometimes it can be tough to decipher it all. If you find yourself wondering what the difference between a hook and a counter are […]

Source: Typography Cheat Sheet [Infographic] – Designmodo