FontDiscovery 🖼️ 73: A Friendly Sans Serif for Your Website & A Brand New FontDiscovery Archive!
Plus: Free Mini Tool to Copy Tricky Symbols and Summer Color Palette!
Welcome to Typogram’s FontDiscovery newsletter, written by your resident font and design nerd, Hua, and edited by Wenting. If you enjoyed this post, you can get our fonts and design tips weekly by subscribing below!
Hi Everyone 👋
I hope you had a wonderful weekend. This week was memorial day in the States, so I had all of yesterday as an extra day to relax. Hence, this newsletter is a little late. 😅
Last week, we launched Symbol to Copy, a fun and free mini tool to help you search, copy and paste weird, sometimes hard-to-find symbols, like π. You can find out more about it in the Design Idea section.
Another thing I want to tell you is that I am slowly moving our previous newsletter posts from Substack (the platform hosting this newsletter) to our brand new archive site dedicated exclusively to FontDiscovery.
While I like Substack, it lacks the features I need to organize our content, such as tagging and sorting posts. These two things are crucial because I want to turn FontDiscovery into a helpful design resource.
You can already find a handful of older posts on FontDiscovery Archive organized by font classifications, like serif, sans serif, script, and display. I plan to move all of our posts there and add additional features, like font testers, to help make FontDiscovery a more helpful design resource.
Let me know if you have any ideas on things that could help you!
As for the newsletter - don’t worry -- you don’t have to do anything as a subscriber. My plan currently is to keep using Substack to email the newsletter. You will still be getting the newsletter in your email inbox, and you don’t have to sign up for anything new.
There are many exciting things ahead! Now let’s enjoy this week’s issue! 🌟