Ever wonder about the name of the font for your favorite TV show or movie? Yes, you're weird. No, you're not alone. Jay Nelson tells you where such seekers may find.
If you have to choose and compare fonts, the best way is to print a type specimen book. Here are some resources you can use for the best results.
Two of the Web's core fonts—Verdana and Georgia—are overhauled with new pro versions.
TypeStyler X's breadth and depth of its typographic features and constant visual feedback make it perfectly suited for teaching many aspects of graphic design
Looking for holiday fonts to give your cards, letters, and Web sites a festive touch? Check out these suggestions.
Font sharing across platforms, and even between previous Mac operating systems, can be tricky. Here are some of the problems you might encounter and some suggestions on how to solve them.
Jay Nelson talks about the American Scribe typeface, a digital version of the script that was used to write the Declaration of Independence.
You don't have to be a font designer to enjoy identifying fonts in public places. Jay Nelson walks you through exploring fonts wherever you are.
Planning a Halloween party or celebration? Or just sending a card? Here are places where you can find some original fonts for the occasion.
Our font of the month, Adios Script, exemplifies OpenType functionality.
This visual workflow manager uses a simple interface to show you important information about your projects and keep you organized.
FontExplorer X Pro 2.0.1 is an advanced, feature-complete font-management tool. It's as if the developers asked hundreds of designers and prepress professionals what they wanted, and then delivered everything on the list.
Suitcase Fusion 1.0 is a powerful and capable font manager for creative professionals, and well worth the upgrade price.
If you need to add watermarks to a lot of images, iWatermark provides a big bang for your buck. It not only succeeds admirably at its core task, but it adds several other valuable timesaving features to the package.
If you’re not willing or able to spend the hours necessary to understand, let alone master, Adobe Photoshop’s color-correction tools, there are several plug-ins that can do the heavy lifting for you. One of the best is ColorWasher 2.0.