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10 Must-Read Typography Blogs, Websites

Typography–letters and words are everywhere. In fact, types are present in almost everything we do–from traffic signs, billboards, packaging of products that we buy from the supermarket to brochures and office memorandums. As graphic designers, we are the ones who decide how these texts and words will look like in our brochures, packaging designs, billboards and so on.  Thus a better understanding of typography and how to use it in our designs is beneficial to every designer.

typography blog

But what is typography, by the way? Technically speaking, typography is the technique of arranging type and modifying type glyphs, using a variety of illustration technique. The arrangement of type involves the selection of typefaces, point size, line length, leading, adjusting the spaces between groups of letters or tracking and adjusting the space between pairs of letters or kerning.  One way to learn how to use types in design is to read some of the most leading and authority blogs and websites about typography. Here, we are listing down what we believe are the top 10 typography blogs and websites.  To visit the blogs you are interested to read, just click on each preview image.

01- I Love Typography
ILT is designed to inspire its readers and make people more aware of the typography that’s around them. We really cannot escape type; it’s everywhere: on road signs, shampoo bottles, toothpaste, and even on billboard posters, in books and magazines, online. The list is endless, and the possibilities are equally so.

typography blog-i love typography

02-Typography Served
Powered by the world’s leading online platform for the creative professional community, Behance Network, Typography Served showcases quality creative work in the field of Typography. Like other Served sites of Behance Network, this site aims to deliver only the best typography works taken from projects and portfolios of the most talented creative people and teams around the world.

typography served blog

03- Typophile

typophile typography blog

Typographica is dedicated to providing reviews of typefaces and type books, with occasional commentary on fonts and typographic design. Edited by Stephen Coles, who also authors The FontFeed and The Mid-Century Modernis blogs.

typographica typography blog

05- Font Lover showcases current trends in typography and also make good reviews of interesting typography projects. Started in 2000, it is however, disheartening to know that it might soon close its doors. I am hoping though that the authors of this site will continue what they started in another format or blog brand.

font lover typography blog

06- Thinking With Type
This site is the on-line companion to the book Thinking with Type: A Critical Guide for Designers, Writers, Editors, & Students, by Ellen Lupton (Princeton Architectural Press, 2004). The book includes essays, examples, and practical guidance that does not appear on this site.

thinking with type typography blog

07- Font Design & Typography
This is a collection of tips, explanations, DIY how-tos, and editorials concerning font design, typography, Typography on the Web, and clear communication with type. The tools of choice are InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, and FontLab.

font design typography blog

08- For the Love of Type
A blog dedicated to typography. Includes showcases of exemplary work in the field of typography as well as reviews of design trends and news or events on this topic.

love type typography blog

09- Font Feed
Font­Feed was introduced in September 2009 as a stand­alone blog ded­i­cated to typog­ra­phy. It specializes in providing a daily dispatch of recommended fonts, typography techniques, and inspirational examples of digital type at work in the real world.

font feed typography blog

10- Upscale Typography
Upscale Typography features useful typographic tips, new releases, pre-release notifications, historic references, trends and everything else typographic. This site is administered by an independent type foundry whose mission is to produce sophisticated multilingual open type fonts for the discriminating designer.

upscale typography blog


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  1. yes! thanks!

  2. I wouldn’t spend a moment’s time at #7, given how lousy the typography is–underlined links? Changes in text alignment from section to section? The oddly aligned ornament underneath the intro paragraph? Poor line-heights?


  3. Agree with you on that point but there are information and tips in this site about the use of typography that could be helpful for designers. Maybe we just have to pay more attention to the content of this site. :)

  4. The content you have allowed for is fairly regarding and useful and I will certainly take note of the point you have made in the blog. That would be superposable useful for understanding the entire content.

  5. A great compilation 😀 Have not seen many of these. Thanks!

  6. stay creative !!great post
    greetings from bremen

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