Sarah Hyndman’s new activity book seeks not only to teach typography skills, but also to educate on the psychology of type as a tool of communication. Why not spend a relaxing afternoon experimenting with type and perhaps finding a new “voice” to express yourself with.
Sounds like the opening line to joke, but no, this is the story of finding inspiration in whatever the circumstance. Plus the result is a beautiful and somewhat versatile display type named for one of Mile’s compositions.
I’m always curious what I may find online to give me new ideas for design. This article focuses on typography, but one tip in particular caught my attention, as it is useful for the creation of all kinds of art.
I have always felt designers can learn as much from fails as from successes. Here is an informative article about font choices in logo design; the good, the bad, and the ugly.