Posts Tagged ‘fonts’

How to Avoid Legal Issues When Using Typefaces and Fonts in Your Small Business Logo

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 14th, 2017

Every business, from startups to small businesses to the largest companies and agencies in the world, must have a strong brand to succeed in today’s noisy marketplace. It’s true that a brand is more than a logo, but a strong brand starts with a great logo. But when it comes to logos and other written […]

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The History Of Typography

Ross Kimbarovsky | July 17th, 2013

Here’s a wonderful animated short video about the history of typography, from Guttenberg’s printing press to today.

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The Law on Fonts and Typefaces: Frequently Asked Questions

Ross Kimbarovsky | March 23rd, 2011

Update: If you’d prefer to watch a video about this topic instead of, or in addition to reading this post, here’s the video: How to Avoid Legal Issues When Using Typefaces and Fonts in Your Small Business Logo. The right typeface is often the key to a great logo design, graphic or web design. But there’s […]

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Font Conference

admin | August 5th, 2008

Since Ross’ “The Design Process” video link was so popular with all you Creatives, here is a video named “Font Conference” in a similar vein. What if fonts were like the United Nations, and Times New Roman was head of the Font Conference, moderating such heated topics such as whether or not Zapf Dingbats should […]

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Creative Font Design: FontStruct

Ross Kimbarovsky | July 8th, 2008

There are usually two elements to a logo design – images and letters. Some logos contain only one of these elements – the Apple logo, for example (image), or Coca-Cola (letters). Except for companies whose marks (Nike, Apple) have gained prominence to stand on their own, a large percentage of logos are composed of both […]

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