It’s hard to believe another year has flown by already. Looking back at the most popular WebINK web fonts for the past twelve months, it has been an interesting year for web typography! Last December, we ranked our most popular web fonts for 2012. Many favorites remain, but some new typefaces rose to the top.
Without further ado, the most popular WebINK web fonts of 2013 are:
Take a video tour of the most popular web fonts with Thomas Phinney, who highlights 2013′s top type using our Fontdropper tool—the easiest way to test or design with web fonts from WebINK.
HOW Interactive Design just wrapped in Chicago. Thousands of design pros and enthusiasts descended on the city looking to recharge their digital design skills with some of the brightest, most-accomplished professionals in interactive—and to mingle with peers in the craft of visual communication. Here’s my recap of November 5-7 in this meaty, busy, diverse metropolis.
Welcome to our second in a series highlighting some of the professional creative teams who use WebINK web fonts. We’ll peel back the curtain to reveal their process, tools, challenges, inspiration and even some predictions. Through these interviews, we hope to provide a strong sense of agency mission, innovation, culture, and maybe, depending on the subject, a little bit about what makes them happiest, aside from typography.
The team at Warp Japan, Tokyo
Our second subject is Warp Japan, a digital agency based in Tokyo, who specializes in long-term brand strategy and concept-driven work. Founded in 2008, Warp Japan is passionate about new technologies and eager to create the perfect tool for their clients. The team graciously shared with us what they’re up to in Tokyo, the capital of Japan and largest metropolitan area in the world.
Welcome to our first in a series highlighting some of the professional creative teams who use WebINK. We’ll peel back the curtain to reveal their process, tools, challenges, inspiration and even some predictions. Through these interviews, we hope to provide a strong sense of agency mission, innovation, culture, and maybe, depending on the subject, a little bit about what makes them happiest, aside from typography.
Our first subject is Type/Code, a studio of designers and developers who invent, communicate, build and refine digital products and experiences from their shop in Brooklyn, New York. Founded in 2010, Type/Code’s team of 10 is driven by ambitious clients with big ideas.
Ian Lord, Partner + Creative Director; Zeke Shore, Founding Partner + Creative Director of Type/Code
Zeke Shore and Ian Lord, both Partners and Creative Directors with the studio, were awesome enough to tell us more about what they’re up to in NY. Here’s what they had to say.
I want to lead the future of interactive design at @HOWbrand #Chicago with @webink http://bit.ly/15G5osE #education #inspiration
Two random winners will be announced on October 8th and will receive a Three-Day General Admission Pass—a $1095 value. Your pass also includes free wifi at the conference as well as access to parties and other special events.
What makes HOW Interactive Design Conference different from others?
HOW has gathered some of the most accomplished interactive design experts in the industry to guide you, inspire you and enable you to return to work with a newfound sense of confidence in the skills you already have and a better understanding of the skills you need to develop. WebINK is a proud sponsor of HOW Interactive; Chicago and we hope to see you there!