Anonymous asked: What's the name of the font used in your "let's make a yearbook" header?
That would be Helvetica! Rad font, Helvetica. I outlined it in Illustrator and deleted in little insidey parts. Holla!
pretty-pessimist asked: So it's soon time to come up with a new theme for next years book...I don't have any ideas and don't know where to look for inspiration...help?
s4ving-people-hunting-things asked: vimeo. com/60750734 My staff made this hilarious, non-scripted documentary about our crazy (yet awesome) editor. Check it out and please feel free to share the link!
A beautiful article from HOW Design tells us 29 things young designers need to know.
(Click here for a better view.)
Therere those whom can, do grammer and those whom cant not.
For many, it’s new theme time. And that means… new font time…
Don’t sweat! Dafont.com is your one-stop-shop for all things (free) type.
Search and filter with tons of criteria through Dafont’s enormous library.
More font fun!
Welcome to the Lost Type Co-op! Lost Type is a spiffy website for you to find all sorts of amazing fonts, all just for a donation!
From X-Rite, the color pros, comes Color IQ Test: a way for you to learn how you see color. Adjust the color blocks to see how your eyes differentiate colors! (Harder than it sounds…!)
(Submitted by the sweet mountainshighletusdream.)
unstage brings us over 70 (amazing) free fonts for our yearbooks! (In fact, I’ve already grabbed a few myself.)
(Thanks for the lovin, mountainshighletusdream!)
Yearbook game time!
Check out color: the color matching game, a
cool totally nerdy way to pass the time. Try to match hue, saturation, color complements and more. But do it quickly!
(Kudos to you, mountainshighletusdream!)
This is the blog for inspiration, help, venting, and anything and everything else you want it to be. Enjoy, fellow