There isn't a doubt that emojis have become the most popular tool in communication, with hints we'll almost have a language in emoji before long. But if you're looking to use emoji as fonts in your business or in other forms of communication, which ones are the most popular and effective?
When scrapbooking, you want to create something visually fun and memorable to look at for years to come. That's why it is so important to pick the best scrapbooking fonts for your project. Here are three things to look for when picking your fonts:
Typography flies under the radar for most people because, when it's done right, it goes unnoticed. It's similar to good sound design in a film. Think about it: unless you have a related job, you've probably never left a movie and thought, "Wow! The sound was great!" But if the sound is not in sync with the image, or pulling a zipper sounds like like a gush of wind, you are going to notice.
<p>Every wedding, from the most intimate of gatherings to the most extravagant of parties, can take a lot of planning. If you're tying the knot this year here are the top 4 wedding trends for 2015 and the perfect selection of <a href="http://www.fontspace.com/category/wedding">wedding fonts</a> for each one.</p>
Richard Keglar is best known for being the founding partner of P22 Type Foundry, the company that develops typefaces for Mac and Windows platforms. He is also the co-founder of the Western New York Book Arts Center.
Scroll through the DIY category on Pinterest, and you’re likely to come across vinyl. Lots of it. Signs with catchy sayings, organizing labels, custom cups—combined with an electronic cutter like the Silhouette Cameo or Cricut Explore, you name it, vinyl can make it happen.
Chank Diesel is one of an estimated 50 people in the United States who makes living by developing fonts. You think you don't know him, but you do. His work appears on a range of products, from The Hunger Games to Welch's Grape Soda.