It’s been a little quiet here lately, but here’s our monthly digest of web design tools, resources, articles and inspiration for November 2011.
Pablo Impallari is best known for his Lobster font, one of the first typefaces freely available when Google Web Fonts launched. He is now seeking funds in Kickstarter for a new typeface project.
Google Web Fonts is finally out of beta with a revamped look and new functionalities.
Although it’s simply a showcase app, the gorgeous ampersands collected are worth the download. It’s free, so why not?
Sudtipos recently released a new beautiful typeface, Poem Script, which is the first of their typefaces to include a video specimen. Poem Script received a Certificate of Excellence at the Type Directors Club.
iOS Fonts is a very handy reference for iOS developers containing a list of typefaces included in iPhone and iPad.
Here we go with another round up of some cool fonts for your web and graphic designs. Some of these fonts are free for personal use only while others are free for both personal and commercial use.
Alex Trochut, the well known lettering and type artist from Spain, redesigned his site and included some new and astounding works of type illustrations and some new incursions on other fields.
It’s now the turn to go back over the various free fonts for design reviewed on ilovecolors during 2010. But we also have 5 new sleek typefaces available for free like the gorgeous Franchise font displayed above to start this 2011 with all the type!
Another week comes to an end and we have another selection of free fonts for your design work. We have two condensed beauties, Stahlbeton and Melbourn, one of them bold and the other one delicate, plus a cool geometric font, Nevis, and one slick serifed typeface, Jura.