Let’s be clear about our bias here. Yes, we like these sites. But the music of Rush and Taylor Swift has a special place in the hearts of various Typekittens, far surpassing mere admiration. We’ve made a little extra room this week so that some of their most fervent fans can make their feelings known to the world.
Attention all planets of the solar federation. With more than 40 years of solid rock career in the bag, Rush is touring again this year, and sporting a fresh new website — which, much to the delight of longtime fan Greg Veen, serves fonts with …Read post
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We’re delighted to announce a new partnership with Revolve, a website publishing platform that makes it simple for musicians to build promotional websites rich with all the media links they need — without having to take valuable time out of their tour schedules to hack through all the code.
Our integration with Revolve puts some of our favorite fonts right into the design options, so you can select from these as you design or edit your website. Just find the font that sings to you, and click to set your text.
The most important part of a music website is the sound, of course, …Read post
We love hearing about all the different ways people use Typekit, whether it’s in their daily work, for their side design projects, or a little of both. Recently we were lucky enough to round up a few people who were game for sharing their thoughts about Typekit on camera.
If you’re new to Typekit and want a little bit of an idea of how the pros use it, or if you’re just curious about what the Mule Design studio looks like, we’re pretty thrilled with how this video turned out.Read post