Useful Figma Plugins And Tools

Smashing Magazine Feed Useful Figma Plugins And Tools There are literally thousands of Figma plugins out there. Which ones do you use? How often do you use them? We’ve scouted for some of the useful ones, and we hope that the ones listed below will help you improve your workflow. Whether you’re just starting out… Poursuivre la lecture de Useful Figma Plugins And Tools

Generator — Illustrating the creative process in 3D

Abduzeedo | Graphic Design Inspiration and Photoshop Tutorials Generator — Illustrating the creative process in 3D Generator — Illustrating the creative process in 3D abduzeedo08.02.21 Generator shared this beautiful 3D project that is a digital artwork which illustrates an attempt to present their vision on the process of making a creative idea. Where creativity transforms from routine… Poursuivre la lecture de Generator — Illustrating the creative process in 3D

Letters to the future — Creating a book that lasts 1000 years

Abduzeedo | Graphic Design Inspiration and Photoshop Tutorials Letters to the future — Creating a book that lasts 1000 years Letters to the future — Creating a book that lasts 1000 years abduzeedo08.05.21 Ki saigon Letters to the future is conceived by Ki Saigon, a Vietnam based creative agency, as an initiative to bring together a group of like-minded… Poursuivre la lecture de Letters to the future — Creating a book that lasts 1000 years

AI can now emulate text style in images in one shot — using just a single word

The robots are coming! And this robot can mimic a whole typeface from just one word taken from a photo. This is both useful (extending designs, replicating older styles, inspiration for typeface design) and scary (deep fake letters?). We’re fascinated to see how this will be used in the real world. https://ai.facebook.com/blog/ai-can-now-emulate-text-style-in-images-in-one-shot-using-just-a-single-word?mc_cid=a25c274c5f&mc_eid=8fa91cac6c

Case study: on how we designed 4700+ covers in one month

Neat write up of a huge project by the team at Blinkist, to design illustrated covers for nearly 5,000 books in their online library. Working with 25 illustrators, based all around the world, the article talks about how they organized the workflow, which tools they used, some tricky challenges they faced along the way, and… Poursuivre la lecture de Case study: on how we designed 4700+ covers in one month

CEDARS+, a ‘new and revolutionary way to describe type via formal characteristics’.

I Love Typography have introduced CEDARS+, a ‘new and revolutionary way to describe type via formal characteristics’. CEDARS+ looks at features such as the movement and the paths of the letterforms to distinguish the typefaces. https://fonts.ilovetypography.com/cedars?utm_source=I+love+typography+too&utm_campaign=965bf23731-Launch_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_cc7765d7d4-965bf23731-508913294&mc_cid=965bf23731&mc_eid=7e4060da94&mc_cid=a25c274c5f&mc_eid=8fa91cac6c

ATypI de-adopts Vox-ATypI typeface classification

If this article title means nothing to you, you must listen to this week’s Nerd Alert in the podcast. Olivia will be explaining everything about the Vox-ATypI typeface classification, and why this story is big news for a more progressive, global approach to type classification. https://www.atypi.org/about-us/atypi-press/atypi-de-adopts-vox-atypi-typeface-classification?mc_cid=7443d55e5a&mc_eid=8fa91cac6c

Beyond Calibri: Finding Microsoft’s next default font

Microsoft are about to update their default font from Calibri (which has been the default since 2007, when it replaced Times New Roman). They’ve commissioned five new typefaces which are all in the running to be the default. Interestingly they’re all sans-serifs (although two of them are based on serif design). Which is your favorite?… Poursuivre la lecture de Beyond Calibri: Finding Microsoft’s next default font