Ever heard of the manicule, the pilcrow or the interrobang? Well, you may not know them by name, but in the annals of typography there is a whole host of symbols that have enjoyed a varied history as marks for printing, editing and annotation.
Blog posts in January 2015
In plain words CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a code language that helps to distinguish different styles and looks that set website designs apart. Most commonly written in HTML or XHTML code, expert CSS fluency can lead to dynamic and engaging designs that will stand out and grab viewers, or impress users with expert interface accessibility.
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Ever been to the movies and been captured by the title sequences? Perhaps the art of movie posters has been an inspiration for you in your design work. There is one man in this field who deserves recognition as a trendsetter, innovator and legend: Saul Bass.
Web designers familiar with the latest CSS (style sheet language) modules used in wed page formatting and user interface creation are perhaps aware of the @font-face rule.
300 Wedding Envelopes: Using the Right Font To Achieve the Hand Written Look Without Killing Your Hand
Ask any traditionalist and they will tell you wedding invitations are supposed to be hand written. If just the thought of writing out 300 addresses is already killing your hand, there is good news. With the technology of today's printers and the ever evolving world of typography, hand writing could be a thing of the past.