We never get tired of seeing the websites people put together with Squarespace, especially when they choose fonts from our library! Here are two sites we noticed — and we love what they’ve done here.
Proxima Nova is a great choice when you’re working with a lot of bold color blocks, as Women’s March does on their site. It’s a classic sans serif and popular for good reason — it’s almost impossible to make it hard to read. And clarity goes a long, long way for a site that aims to organize.
Body text is in Adobe Garamond, a serif with …Read post
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After launching last fall, TypeThursday’s San Francisco chapter has gained a strong following and kicks off its 2017 meetups next week on Thursday, January 19 from 6–8 p.m. at the San Francisco Center for the Book.
If you’re working on your own type designs, hand-lettering projects, or type-centric graphics, bring them by for friendly feedback from others in the community. Or just stop by to learn more about type and the people who use it.
You can register for next week’s event here. Use the code metoo to save 20% on admission.
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Version 2.0 of Source Serif is here! The work on this release has been a long time coming, and represents a major step forward. You can get this newest version of Source Serif from Typekit for web & sync, and its development files are available open source on Github.
What has changed?
If you are only using Source Serif to set texts in English, probably not much. But if you look behind the scenes, quite a lot!
The most obvious update is the upgraded character set, which has grown from Adobe Latin 3 to Adobe Latin 4. What does this mean? Apart …Read post