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Just a guy with an irrational love of the web & design. I am a graphic designer and WordPress aficionado. When I'm not in front of the computer, you can find me remodeling my house, cycling, or out with the wife, dog, and soon-coming baby girl on a walk.


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comment Identify font for the logo of “Le Matin” newspaper
What ever do you mean, user568458? ... :P ... (as I edit my answer)
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revised Identify font for the logo of “Le Matin” newspaper
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Apr
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comment Can't find font for the newspaper “Le Temps”
@alisamii, if that's not quite right, you might try typophile.com/typeid to find an answer there.
Apr
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comment Help identifying this newspaper font
@alisamii, you might want to try typophile.com/typeid to see if you can get an answer there.
Apr
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comment Identify font for the logo of “Le Matin” newspaper
@alisamii, you might want to try typophile.com/typeid to see if you can get an answer there.
Apr
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comment Help identifying this newspaper font
Ah, didn't realize WTF's searches had a session expiration... replaced link with screenshot
Apr
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revised Help identifying this newspaper font
replaced expired link with img
Apr
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answered Help identifying this newspaper font
Apr
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comment Identify font for the logo of “Le Matin” newspaper
@John, you're right - I didn't notice the curve of the bottom serifs... hmm...
Apr
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answered Can't find font for the newspaper “Le Temps”
Apr
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answered Identify font for the logo of “Le Matin” newspaper
Mar
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comment What characters are good to start with when designing a typeface?
I think it will come down to preference, though, once he gets in and begins the design process itself. While R, S, O, g, and f, are difficult to design, they (and the letters I mentioned that followed them) are also the letters that can show off the 'design' of the typeface the most. At least in my opinion. That being said, your points were very good, too. I agree that n may be a good starting position, too, for your same reasoning. GG! :P
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answered Compute the hue/saturation/lightness shift between 2 colors for paint.net
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comment How does one align images in a grid in Photoshop CS4?
Would the answer here (graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/218/…) be useful to you? I haven't tried the script mentioned in the answer, but you could give it a shot.
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