WhatTheFont for iPhone is available now on the iPhone App Store. This free app lets you identify font names used in magazines, newspapers or posters using the built-in camera of your iPhone.
Pseudo Russian (or fake Cyrillic) typography is the use of Cyrillic letters to evoke the Russian feel while conveying the main message in English.
If you are writing a document or doing some design work, you may use Font Picker to preview and compare fonts on your computer. Font Picker is available as a free online application or you can install it on the desktop as well.
If you’ve ever looked at a web site logo and wondered what font that was, What-the-Font should be of great help.
Ecofont is an open source sans-serif with “holes” added to individual characters to save printer ink.
If you’re someone who has trouble distinguishing Arial from Verdana and Georgia from Times New Roman, Identifont could be of some help.
Looking to download Calibri font on Mac. This guide will show you how to download Vista and Office 2007 fonts on the Mac for free provided you have Office on the system.
You need not be very creative to build good looking fonts. FontStruct is a new web-based font building that lets you create beautiful fonts in the browser itself using nothing but the mouse.
This is Verdana, a font designed for maximum on-screen legibility and readability. Verdana was designed by world renowned type designer Matthew Carter, and hand-hinted by leading hinting expert, Agfa Monotype’s Tom Rickner.
A handwritten signature in email can add a pinch of personal touch to your communication. And they look better than standard typefaces like Arial or Times New Roman. This article shows how to create a image signature from emails.
Tutorial and Step-by-step guide – installing new font files on Mac OS X
Hypatia Sans Font – Developed for customers who register their Adobe Creative SuiteÂ® 3 product, these unique and stylish fonts were inspired by the 1920s and ’30s. Receive Adobe’s new type family (valued at Â£136) at no extra cost.
Windows has built-in support for OpenType fonts (both .otf and .ttf), as well as PostScript Type 1 fonts (.pfb + .pfm) and TrueType (.ttf). Learn how to Install New fonts on your Windows PC.
What is your favorite font for websites and blogs ? The choices are Tahoma, Verdana, Arial, Serif Sans-serif and Calibri.