Archive for October, 2010


Inspiration series: Animals Logo Designs – Part 1

The Greeks believed that inspiration came from the deep thinking, and thinking is the process by which these concepts are perceived and manipulated. Thinking allows beings to design and to represent it according to their objectives, desires and plans. So if you have deep thinking, you will have a good inspiration, thus you will be able to design in right way.

Looking for Logo design inspiration

Inspiration series is a regular series of articles which share some of the great examples for logo and type design that we have collected through various sites and design galleries.

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Breakaway Brands of 2010

The picture from Landor

For the fifth consecutive year, Landor publish its study about the stories behind the Top 10 most successful brands. This year’s report proves no exception as it celebrates the revitalization of classic brands like Disney and Kraft Foods in concert with twenty-first-century icons such as BlackBerry and Clif Bar – As the report said.
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iFontMaker for iPad – Giveaway

iFontMaker is the first font editor exclusive for iPad from 2TTF With supporting iPad touch interface, your original hand typeface can be done in few minutes with the ability to email the typography or convert it into a TTF file which available in all applications such as Adobe CreativeSuite, Microsoft Office for Mac and Windows, and also in your web site as a web font.

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MyFonts Start Selling Webfont Licenses

Recently, webfonts facing a lot of changes towards better side. Therefore, The typographic and fonts websites became more interested in webfonts to improve the aesthetic characteristics of the the online content.
Myfonts the famous fonts seller on the internet start selling webfont licenses on its website. The new convention provides the user the right to get webfont license when he/she buy any web-enabled desktop font from its site without any exceptions or extra charge.

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