50 Examples of Effective Uses of Typography Within Web Design


I have found these to be some beautiful examples of websites that uniquely used typography as a form of design and expression. In my opinion, whoever said to not judge a book by it’s cover… was wrong. I find myself unable to concentrate on the material inside if the material outside can’t even catch my immediate attention. Even when we say we don’t judge based upon the looks of something, we always do. No one person is so non-materialistic that they settle for second best 100% of their life. We always want more, and design is one thing that consistently can give us that push. It is as individualistic as anything can be, and it sets our imagination free. These websites have captured their brand and self image in a positive, successful manner than makes readers want to look more, to feel the site, to gain from it’s expression… 50 examples of effective typography implemented within web design.

Also, note the website on which this article is located: SpeckyBoy. This is an EXCELLENT source for designers and people interested in typography. It’s an online design magazine with frequently updated articles and free downloads. Some categories of interest include: logos, graphic design, photography, css, fireworks, and photoshop. Visit this site at : http://speckyboy.com/



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  Alfredou wrote @

That’s really interesting to note the way you have put the things across, I am really glad to have gone through it, thank you.

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