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Web Design

Hello all, I have just joined this forum and happy to introduce my self. I am doing webdesigning work since last four years. Will be happy to share my views on web designing world and simultaneousley get more information from other in designing field.Thanks

I Love Eurostile is a (parody) tribute to the typeface Eurostile. The inspiration comes from the over usage of the typeface by industrial designers and Hollywood blockbusters. http://iloveeurostile.com

What's your take? Are you sick of seeing Eurostile? Do you think it's a good typeface? How about Bank Gothic? ;)

Hello Typophile!

I created a simple sans-serif font for a personal web project I am working on, however, I have stumbled upon a problem with Firefox for Mac OS. "CHRSTPHR" (within an h1 tag) renders decently in most browsers except Firefox for Mac OS (V. 4 tested) in which it shifts down 10/15 pixels or so. I've checked my CSS thoroughly and can't seem to figure out the problem. Check out the last browser window in the following image:


I am currently thinking about ways to make my logo more memorable. I am running a web design business, but rarely venture out into logo design.

The logo should be as simple as possible, so as to not distract from the portfolio on my website. It shouldn't be too high either, so it fits neatly in the header of the website.

Please let me know if you think that I am on the right track here or what could be improved.

Thanks for any feedback.

If anyone can help me or refer me to a good web designer who's familiar with font sites, I could really use the help...I am an independent type designer launching a new type foundry, but I don't have the tools to build and maintain a good site. And frankly I'd rather be designing new type! :)

I can provide content - fonts, graphics, text, whatever - but I need someone with the experience to build it. If you wanna hit me up on here, that's cool. Or e-mail me and I'll give you more details: jim@rebeletter.com

Thanks for reading!


When writing about fonts made for or licensed for web use, what is your preferred spelling? "Web fonts" is certainly more common (Google results for web fonts and webfonts), but I'm seeing more of the one word usage now that the market is maturing and providers and users are seeking a way to set apart those fonts that are specifically for the web.

Hi All!

I was just looking for some help with a Chinese retail website I am helping to develop.
Does anyone know where I might be able to access a list of web safe Chinese typefaces?

many thanks!

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css typography

Hi, longtime lurker here, best type site in the world!

I did a search but had no luck, even searched google using the site: command, topics came up, but when clicked on, did not go where it should, so I am posting here. I am a web designer and with some down time, I have been focusing more on type. Do you have any favorite css typography sites that you visit and can recommend?

I found a these and enjoy them.


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Hey all

What's up folks. I came across this site recently and decided to jump aboard.

The idea of breaking down a typeface into its most minute aspects used to seem unnecessary. Coming from a web design background, I chose one of the 11 websafe fonts and pushed ahead.

When CSS came along and positioning became a lot more malleable a component of the design process, I began to see type in a different way. More recently, embedding just about any font into a website has become possible through various means including CSS and XML-injected Flash content. That's when I knew I should take this stuff more seriously.

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