The central premise of user centred design is that the best designed products and services result from understanding the needs of the people who will use them. —Design Council
Hey I found this some time ago and wanted to post it up for my own reference and for my peeps. Let me know of anything Fontalicious or Typographitastical… (Made up words look better in a nice font!)
The Periodic Table of Typefaces: Popular, Influential & Notorious. Link to the actual large file you can zoom in and download it yourself. It’s great!
35+ organized resources, inspiration, educational sites and more that relate in some shape and form to typography
Learn how to create professional looking typography using special effects & photoshop techniques. 18 tutorials here.
The Logos of Web 2.0 & Fonts Used In Logos of Popular Websites
You’ve seen the fonts, now you get to learn their names.
Other typography resources
Here’s a service where you can upload images to find out what font has been used. From My Fonts.
Underused is often the best way to stand out in an increasingly crowded and homogeneous design landscape.
Some good ones, some not so good, under used for a reason?