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The Norwegian agency Fasett, who are responsible for the corporate identity and communications for Gladmat (Norway’s largest food festival), used FF Scuba as the corporate font for this year’s festival.
The campaign for this year’s event combined colourful and playful ‘food faces’ with bold statements.
We spoke with Benjamin Hickethier from Fasett to find out more about the project and their choice of typeface ...
We chose FF Scuba as a new corporate font for Gladmat because we were looking for a fresh new approach, in an evolutionary modernization of the CI that was developed by Fasett more than a decade ago.
The Gladmat Team wanted to keep the old logo symbol, so we were looking for some letters that would work well with the strong image and with the theme for this year, which was fruit and vegtables.
We loved FF Scuba from the day it was released, so it was not hard to choose, we had it in the back of our heads, waiting for the perfect deployment. It’s a lovely font with all its details and overall appearance – a pleasure to look at, and to read. It comes with a lot of character, while at the same time staying well-mannered in the background, presenting message and communicated images in a sober, yet joyful way.
Technically, it’s a great pleasure of course, as with all FontFonts. FF Scuba is perfectly fit – both in print and screen.
Used on posters, t-shirts and in the below video, FF Scuba provided a great match for the project; the typeface’s friendly form lent a fresh and original feel to identity of the festival.
We think it looks truly scrumptious! You can still get your hands on the free regular weight of FF Scuba, grab it now!
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We are delighted to announce the expansion of our Mobile FontFonts for use on the Android app development platform. Now the design process for creating both beautiful Android and iOS applications is as seamless as possible.
Just like webfonts, mobile fonts protect brands and help set apps apart from the crowd. Following in the footsteps of the splendidly screen-optimized Office and Web FontFonts, Mobile FontFonts enhance the user experience. They allow designers and developers to break from the mold of system fonts and give their products some personality. 15 selected families are available in packs with 4 fonts each.
Licensing for Mobile FontFonts suits the needs of the app developer. A team of up to five developers can share one license for their app portfolio. There’s no time limit on the license, nor annual royalty requirements, just a one-time license fee.
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FontFont offers a free download of FF Basic Gothic Mobile Pro Black Italic for developers to test in Android and iOS apps. Visit MobileFontFonts.com to download. You will also find sample codes for both platforms and an easy manual to use Mobile FontFonts in less than 5 steps.permalink
The first Dingbats collection all writers and social media typists waited for is finally introduced, with contemporary symbols that follow a common graphical language: Erler Dingbats. The best of all, it’s free.
Erler Dingbats is a complete, contemporary quality font that covers the full encoding range for dingbats (U+2700—U+27BF) for the first time in the entire history of standard Unicode.
To help support and encourage the use of the unicode standard, publisher FontShop International is giving away the Erler Dingbats completely free of charge. Erler Dingbats were created for everyday communication purposes, including a wide range of popular symbols and pictograms such as arrows, pens, phones, stars, crosses and checkmarks, plus 3 sets of cameo figures on round backgrounds. Unlike other dingbats fonts which often contain a ragtag bunch of symbols in mismatched styles, the Erler Dingbats harmonize elegantly because the drawings all adhere to a common visual language which makes them the perfect choice as the new standard for communication symbols.
Erler Dingbats is a spin-off of the distinguished FF Dingbats 2.0 family, and was designed as a special collaboration between designers Johannes Erler and Henning Skibbe. “For years I’ve been bored by the ubiquitous OS-Dingbats fonts and so I decided to design my own, based on my FF Dingbats. I’ve been using a beta version for several months and all my friends want them, too. So, I had the idea to give them away for free”, says Johannes Erler.
As more and more social media (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) and mobile devices (smartphones, tablets) are rapidly surging towards the use of Unicode, now is exactly the right time to provide this elegant, versatile set of modern communication symbols for use in tweets and status messages. FontShop International invites not only private users, but also OS developers, to include the Erler Dingbats in their font collection.
Erler Dingbats can be viewed and downloaded on http://www.ffdingbatsfont.com/permalink
FontShop International is once again leading the way in typographic technology and releasing Mobile FontFonts tailored specifically for use in iOS apps. Available at MobileFontFonts.com, the files are optimized to make the design process for making beautiful iOS applications as seamless as possible. Mobile FontFonts are optimized for screen and licensed for use on mobile devices. When designing a native app for a mobile device, like iPhone, Mobile FontFonts allow the designer to specify fonts outside the options that come preinstalled. Mobile FontFonts are presently supported in iOS only.
Introducing Mobile FontFonts
Just like webfonts, mobile fonts protect brands and help set apps apart from the crowd. Optimized by hand for the device screen, Mobile FontFonts enhance the user experience. Mobile FontFonts let designers and developers break from the mold of system fonts and give their products some personality. With language support included, Mobile FontFonts allow for consistent, subtle branding to a global audience. 56 mobile fonts from 15 popular families are available in 14 packs with 4 fonts each.
Licensing for Mobile FontFonts serves the needs of the iOS developer. A team of up to five developers can share one license for their app portfolio. There's no time limit on the license, nor royalty requirements.read more
Typographic diversity – A new era for web design
BERLIN, GERMANY, February 2010
A more diverse and beautiful web is about to unfold. The latest release of the FontFont® typeface library marks the beginning of a new era for typography – FSI FontShop® International is introducing the first ever stand-alone FontFonts for the web. Finally web designers can use professional typefaces for their projects without relying on system fonts or webfont services. This long-awaited step enables a more seamless and effective transition from print design to the web. More than 30 of the most successful FontFont families are available now as Web FontFonts, including FF DIN®, FF Meta®, FF Dax®, and FF Kievit®. More will follow soon.