rss
0

Funky Fonts

If you are into creating Logos and other imagery for your own site ( my little obsession!) sometimes the fonts that are already on your computer are not enough.

There are a few free font sites out there but my regular port of call is 1001FreeFonts as you can ‘test’ each font by typing in your own text which is useful in the ‘Custom Preview’ window

Download to your desktop ( fonts come in zipped files) unzip and then open the folder, if you’re using a PC with Windows you need to place the individual font files files into:

C:  > Windows > Fonts

The fonts should then automatically appear in the drop down menu of most of the programs you use which have a textual element.

I’m still using my trusty old PhotoShop7 for imagery but you can get Gimp which is a very good free Open Source equivalent.

Clive

Clive

Managing Director at Big Buzz Projects
Clive McGonigal is a full time Web Developer, Marketer, WordPress Evangelist and all round Decent Chap. He lives between London and France ( on a tiny rowing boat with an internet connection) and spends his offline time wining, dining and conversing with his dogs. He loves WordPress ( themes, plugins and tweaks) and blogs about them whenever he can.
Clive
Clive

Leave a Reply




If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a Gravatar.

97 queries. 1.983 seconds.