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Matthew Carter died this month. Whom, you may ask, is he?

Posted by Tim Downs 3 years ago

Matthew Carter

Though you may not know his name I promise you, you know his work. Matthew Carter, commissioned by the Microsoft corporation in the early 1990s, designed the the most commonly used font on the the web, Verdana. The Humanist Sans-Serif…

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Invisible Design—Part 2 and a Half

Posted by Tim Downs 4 years ago

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As designers, we try to use all the tools available to us to create work that moves people, but it can be challenging to do so when budgets are tight and resources scarce. [Read More]

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Invisible Design – Part 2

Posted by Tim Downs 4 years ago

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It’s easy to stray from your branding, or basic identity, by going overboard choosing fonts that evoke too much personality. Designers need to remember that every element in a good design, not just one fragment, should work to create the desired emotion.

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Invisible design.

Posted by Tim Downs 4 years ago

Invisible Design

When I was a kid, it never dawned on me that people designed magazines, newspapers, books or any printed stuff for that matter. I understood someone took a photo or created an illustration (I wasn’t completely oblivious) but the idea…

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