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July 10, 2012

Points, Pixels, Paper: A Twitter Advertising Model

Twitter could transform their interface into an advertising delivery mechanism anytime.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Interactive Design, Layouts, Random, Type

June 8, 2012

Points, Pixels, Paper: Invoicing for Designers

Freelance designers often manage all operations, from concept to roughs to design and final production.

Topics: Topics: Professional Development, Studio Secrets, Type

May 18, 2012

Points, Pixels, Paper: Eloise the Intertype

Designers can choose from a wide range of artifacts to collect.

Topics: Topics: Handmade, Random, Type

April 27, 2012

Points, Pixels, Paper: Electronic Media

Should all designers understand and be able to design for the web? Not necessarily.

Topics: Topics: Design Reference, Interactive Design, Layouts, Type

April 12, 2012

Points, Pixels, Paper: Type in the Real World Vol. 3

Volume 3 of Type in the Real World looks at typographic packaging, signage, cement art, and temperature.

Topics: Topics: Handmade, Layouts, Packaging, Random, Type

March 15, 2012

Points, Pixels, Paper: Sizing Web Typography

Designers and developers size typography for the screen using points, pixels, ems, or percentages (often denoted by simply %).

Topics: Topics: Design Reference, Interactive Design, Layouts, Type

March 1, 2012

Points, Pixels, Paper: Ten Alternatives to Impact

Are you getting bored with using Impact for your Microsoft Word desktop publishing projects? Don't have a lot of fonts installed on your PC? Here are ten heavyweights to use instead of Impact.

Topics: Topics: Design Reference, Layouts, Professional Development, Type

February 3, 2012

Points, Pixels, Paper: GOP Typography Roundup

"Ask not what your typeface can do for you, ask what you can do with your typeface," is a slogan that many of the Republican nominees may have subconsciously thought about since launching their campaign for the Presidency.

Topics: Topics: Branding Identity, Type