FontDiscovery 🖼️ 62: Font for Article Writing
Plus: Cool-Color Combinations and Cognitive Bias Directory
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Hi Everyone 👋
Hope you had a restful weekend!
First, Thanks for all the nice comments on the last post! I’m glad you liked it. if you have any further ideas and suggestions about the branding series or anything else you would like me to write about, please feel free to comment or drop me an email anytime!
The past week has been crazy for me. As I have told you previously, my co-founder and I are working towards a launch for our app. We are inching closer every day and I’m really proud of the progress we are making. Here is a little sneak peek 🙈.
In This Issue…
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Font of the Week
Spectral is one of my favorite serif fonts on Google Fonts. It is calligraphic and natural, and it has a slightly more “brushy” look than the serifs we have featured, like EB Garamond and Comourant Garamond. This modern look results from less stroke contrast, which also makes Spectral more favorable for screen reading.
Nine weights in regular and italic styles
Large, triangle-like serifs without bracketing
Specific Usage Tips
How to use Spectral for logo?
Due to less contrast in strokes, Spectral has a human touch and a modern tone. Its visual details around the serif (no bracketing) give it an inviting feel without sacrificing the typical elegance and class that come with serifs. Spectral is perfect for a traditional theme project but appears modernized and updated.
How to use Spectral for marketing and branding?
Design Idea of the Week
Cognitive Bias Directory
This week I stumbled upon this Wikipedia page about cognitive bias. This page list 188 Wikipedia pages about cognitive biases, grouped into categories, and rendered as a radial diagram. Each list item also links to their corresponding Wikipedia page.
One More Snow
Check out this cool-color color theme for your creative projects!
Lake #33AAFF | Steel #738BA3 | Silver Lining #CED8E5 | Noir #383639
The space between two baselines of text.
Want more? check out the jargon buster glossary page.
Create something with Spectral!
…for reading and hanging out here this week! Spectral is available here.