Category Archives: Fonts

Urban Paper Mill

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Give Your Designs A Holiday Twist  

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From MIT, reported by Gizmodo: This Typeface Makes You a More Alert Driver By Distracting You Less… Here > http://gizmodo.com/this-typeface-makes-you-a-safer-driver-by-distracting-y-1560109806

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How It Works? Wordmark.it detects the fonts installed on your computer with the help of a simple Adobe Flash script and displays the results using HTML and JavaScript. You need to have Flash plugin installed and JavaScript turned on. Font … Continue reading

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💋Popular Unicode Emoticons

>Unicode: Unique numeric values representing more than 65,000 unique characters. >Text: The characters you draw with a selected (or default) font. >Font: The shapes of the characters.   Text you simply copy and paste ʘ‿ʘ) (ಠ_ಠ) (ಠ⌣ಠ) (ಠ‿ಠ) ♥‿♥ ◔̯◔ … Continue reading

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Character Encoding: ASCII vs. Unicode

Difference Between Unicode and ASCII Unicode,also known as UTF-8 or the “Universal Alphabet” (used by almost 70% of websites, in 2013) Unicode currently contains most written languages and still has room for even more. This includes typical left-to-right scripts like … Continue reading

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Free Handwriting Fonts

36 great free handwriting fonts

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How to draw easy and impressive patterned monograms

Calligrapher and designer Joanne Fink http://sakuraofamerica.com/  

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Kalocsai Embroidery, Dingbats & Tattoos

KALOCSAI FLOWERS by Lemi Halmos (free on FontSquirrel)

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Fun with Dingbats & Glyphs

  Digbats The advent of Unicode and the universal character set it provides allowed commonly used dingbats to be given their own character codes. What is the difference between Glyph and Font? How to Create Your Own Handwritten Fonts http://www.myscriptfont.com/Continue reading

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