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fastcodesign:

And does the distinction even matter anymore? We ask design experts Gary Hustwit, Eddie Opara, and Tobias Frere-Jones to weigh in.
One of the major traps, when talking about type, is mixing up fonts with typefaces or treating them as synonymous. Many a typographic expert has haughtily corrected a beginner for mistakenly using the word font when he or she should have said typeface. To those of us who think about fonts only when choosing one in Microsoft Word, the distinction between the terms can seem confusing, esoteric, and even arcane.
In brief: A font is what you use, a typeface is what you see.
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fastcodesign:

And does the distinction even matter anymore? We ask design experts Gary Hustwit, Eddie Opara, and Tobias Frere-Jones to weigh in.

One of the major traps, when talking about type, is mixing up fonts with typefaces or treating them as synonymous. Many a typographic expert has haughtily corrected a beginner for mistakenly using the word font when he or she should have said typeface. To those of us who think about fonts only when choosing one in Microsoft Word, the distinction between the terms can seem confusing, esoteric, and even arcane.

In brief: A font is what you use, a typeface is what you see.

Read More>

Posted on Monday, July 14th 2014

Reblogged from CO.DESIGN

U say UI, I say UX: Who Does What? A designer’s guide to the tech industry, and how companies like Apple, Facebook and Google describe their design jobs.

U say UI, I say UX: Who Does What? A designer’s guide to the tech industry, and how companies like Apple, Facebook and Google describe their design jobs.

Posted on Wednesday, July 9th 2014

Yahoo News has redesigned it’s site.
It looks very similar to the new home page, including a customizable news stream.
Mike Kerns, Vice President, Product, says:
"We made the news stream customizable so you can tell us what content you’d like to see more of. Yahoo! News will get smarter over time - the more you use it when signed in with your Yahoo! ID, the more it learns about your preferences, creating a personal news hub just for you."

Yahoo News has redesigned it’s site.

It looks very similar to the new home page, including a customizable news stream.

Mike Kerns, Vice President, Product, says:

"We made the news stream customizable so you can tell us what content you’d like to see more of. Yahoo! News will get smarter over time - the more you use it when signed in with your Yahoo! ID, the more it learns about your preferences, creating a personal news hub just for you."

Posted on Thursday, June 27th 2013