Lyman Manzanares

Get Lato Light

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“The Germans have a saying that you have to be on fire yourself to light one. Many designers are driven by a special kind of dedication, both professionally and personally. In addition to craft and creativity, bringing passion to the job is the key to success. Passion gives us the power to act. It is […]

Light Thin and Regular Roboto

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“Words have meaning. Type has spirit. The combination is spectacular.”  ― Paula Scher

Signika

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“Many font families offer a much wider range of styles, from Thin to Black weights, narrow and wide widths, a variety of stylistic details, and even size-specific designs (optimized for large or small text sizes.) Since you’d have to load a new font file for every style (or combinations of styles), many web developers choose […]

Libre Franklin Thin

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“Logograms pose a more difficult question. An increasing number of persons and institutions, from archy and mehitabel to PostScript and TrueType, come to the typographer in search of special treatment. In earlier days it was kings and deities whose agents demanded that their names be written in a larger size or set in a specially […]

Oswald Regular

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“Type designers are, at their best, the Stradivarii of literature: not merely makers of salable products, but artists who design and make the instruments that other artists use.”― Robert Bringhurst, The Elements of Typographic Style

Fira Sans Regular

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“Typography is the use of type to advocate, communicate, celebrate, educate, elaborate, illuminate, and disseminate. Along the way, the words and pages become art.”― James Felici, The Complete Manual of Typography

Overlock Regular

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“Readers usually ignore the typographic interface, gliding comfortably along literacy’s habitual groove. Sometimes, however, the interface should be allowed to fail. By making itself evident, typography can illuminate the construction and identity of a page, screen, place, or product.”― Ellen Lupton, Thinking with Type

Shopify Sans Web Medium Regular

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“In a badly designed book, the letters mill and stand like starving horses in a field. In a book designed by rote, they sit like stale bread and mutton on the page. In a well-made book, where designer, compositor and printer have all done their jobs, no matter how many thousands of lines and pages, […]