The Woodkit typeface system by Ondrej Jób is the best typography thing I’ve seen this year. Yep, microphone dropped, walk off the stage.
Want to freshen up your third party apps to OSX Yosemite’s cleaner style? Here’s a list of the best replacement icons to help straighten out your dock.
It’s a funny website for the less typographically inclined users you may know — like Janet in human resources. It’s also a good resource for designer friends because of its list of alternative comic book fonts. You should totally take the pledge!
The folks over at Typeform are making it easy to build beautiful, user-friendly forms and surveys. But what also caught my attention was their sense of humor. Form Invaders lets you shoot down radio buttons, check boxes, dropdowns, and the evil submit button overlord. It’s a great two minute time waster.
I’m riffing off of Brad Frost’s excellent post Job Title: It’s Complicated. He has a great metaphor for job roles and it led me to a second idea.
Joseph Alessio is starting a series of typographic and lettering projects under the name Type Limited. And the first one is really good.
The second in a series of chalkboard posters is ready. This time the phrase is “Today Was A Good Day”. Yep, chalkboard art is very South Central L.A.
I’m starting a new collection of chalkboard posters today. First up is the phrase “Will Work for Money”.