It’s tough to spend a lot of money on an unusual or eccentric display font for limited use, but some projects require a display font that conveys a time period or tone and has a distinctive personality. There may not be a web font that fills the bill or your project may require manipulation of . . . → Read More: Free and Cheap Display Fonts
Font Aid V: Made for Japan, a collaborative type face with glyphs donated by about 300 talented contributors, is available for $20 from MyFonts and Veer.
Font Aid is a project of SOTA (Society of Typographic Aficionados), which is donating all proceeds directly to organizations in Japan for the relief of victims of the 2011 . . . → Read More: Font Aid V is now available
The Noun Project collects and organizes quality symbols that convey meaning in the visual language that everyone understands. All images are free, but some may be public domain, while others are protected by a Creative Commons license or copyright restrictions. Licensing information is provided in the Details box for each image. The symbols contributed by . . . → Read More: Find Symbols at The Noun Project
Clients with marketing sites may expect a look that’s a smidgeon brighter and more punchy than my usual style. I prefer toned colors to primaries, simplicity over busyness, and whispers to shouting. Internet Marketing pages are not usually a place for subtle designs, but they shouldn’t be garish, either. That’s just my opinion, but as . . . → Read More: Find Marketing Graphics
Photoshop is great for creating banners, backgrounds, and other images that create the ambiance for a website. I enjoy working with this program. Still, I’m not a photographer and I’m better at making some types of images than others. So, where can a web designer or developer find images or elements that can be incorporated . . . → Read More: Images for Web Work