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Stefan Claudius designs type, but this has not been his only profession. “Type design is currently my main occupation,” he says, “but I have spent more time as a typographer and graphic designer.” Claudius also teaches typography and typeface design at several German colleges and design schools. “Teaching has considerably broadened my horizons,” he continues. […]

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Happy New Year everybody! As we march into 2014, we wanted to look back at some of our favorite releases from last year. Our most recent newsletter presents a roundup of designs that really knocked our typographic socks off. As a bonus, many of the families feature 30% off their complete family packs until January […]

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Here’s a listing of the top 100 most used fonts from the Fonts.com Web Fonts service for December 2013: Neue Helvetica Avenir Next Trade Gothic Proxima Nova Univers Avenir Gill Sans Futura Frutiger ITC Franklin Gothic Helvetica Linotype Univers Sabon Next Klint Chaparral DIN Next Century Gothic Arial VAG Rounded Museo Sans Gill Sans Infant […]

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Commitment can be a wonderful thing, but not always when it comes to choosing type — especially if you’re uncertain that a typeface is the right fit for your project. With this in mind, we’ve introduced a new avenue on Fonts.com to experiment, evaluate and discover Web fonts. All of Fonts.com Web font product pages […]

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As Fontacular barrels through its final day, we wanted to remind you all that there’s still time to take advantage of ALL the wild deals from this week. That’s right, Fontacular best sellers such as the Neue Haas Grotesk, DIN Next, Mercury Script, and Veneer families are STILL on sale. Gander at the Fontacular page to […]

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For many designers, the prospect of buying a font is a mixed bag of excitement and trepidation. The idea of adding to your type arsenal can be exhilarating until you consider the uncertainty of whether the typeface will behave as expected when put to work in your project. Countless preview tools have been released to […]

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The truly monumental milestones in the evolution of typographic history can no longer be counted off on one hand. Accredited scientists and peer-reviewed statistical studies show such hallmarks to be: • Written language • Illuminated manuscripts • Movable type • The microprocessor • Arial And now…FONTACULAR. Have you always wanted all your dreams to come true? Look […]

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Here’s a listing of the top 100 most used fonts from the Fonts.com Web Fonts service for November 2013: Avenir Next Neue Helvetica Gill Sans Trade Gothic Avenir Univers Proxima Nova Futura Gill Sans Infant Frutiger Helvetica ITC Franklin Gothic Rockwell Linotype Univers Classical Garamond Sabon Next DIN Next Klint Century Gothic Museo Sans Courier […]

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Here’s a listing of the top 100 most used fonts from the Fonts.com Web Fonts service for October 2013: Neue Helvetica Avenir Next Gill Sans Trade Gothic Avenir Univers Proxima Nova Gill Sans Infant Rockwell Futura Helvetica Classical Garamond Linotype Univers Frutiger Klint DIN Next Courier PS Century Gothic Museo Sans Myriad Bree Slate ITC […]

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We’ve always worked to ensure Fonts.com Web Fonts is fast, reliable and easy to use. Today I’m excited to announce a new option that many of you (and us) have anticipated for some time. We are now providing the option for Web fonts to be grouped by font family, allowing you to use different weights […]

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