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Oct
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comment What font or typeface is used in this text that says “Johnson”?
Look at the tail on the "n". It's definitely none of these, although Agmena Book Italic comes relatively close. It's not Berling because of the serifs on the "s".
Oct
4
answered Trying paying fonts on one's website before purchasing
Oct
3
comment Is it possible to add new characters to a font?
To me, image sprites would be pretty simple in comparison to editing fonts, and I have extensive experience in editing fonts. "Just copying the hinting" may be something an experience font editor may know how to do, but how would you begin to explain how to do it to someone who has never done it before?
Oct
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Oct
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answered Is it possible to add new characters to a font?
Sep
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revised Is it ethical to copy the work of other designers?
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Sep
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answered Is it ethical to copy the work of other designers?
Sep
27
comment Is it ethical to copy the work of other designers?
You're framing this as a question about "ethics", but this clearly touches upon the law (ie copyright law), which is a whole different area. Ethics is in the eye of the beholder whereas the law has very specific definitions and processes and varies by jurisdiction.
Sep
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revised Is the Kaneiwa font freeware and can be used commercially?
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Sep
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revised How do you explain the value of native files to an uneducated client?
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Sep
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comment How do you explain the value of native files to an uneducated client?
You make some very important points, such as "The person that knows contract's won't even try to do this" and "The person that called you likely already knows better" and "Don't be afraid to talk about money".
Sep
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Sep
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answered How do you explain the value of native files to an uneducated client?
Sep
18
comment Fonts/Webfonts + My website
Brendan you make a very good point about avoiding legal grey areas. A good rule of thumb is that if you're not sure if you are licensed for a particular use (due to the license being vague or not being able to locate a legit license from the author), assume that you aren't.
Sep
18
answered Fonts/Webfonts + My website
Sep
16
comment Looking for methods of showing text or logos on same coloured backgrounds
To me the obvious answer is the bottom one - make the red text white to swap its colour with the background. You still end up with red, black and white. It's not all that unusual for companies to have different versions of the logo for different background colours, etc.
Sep
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revised Inkscape Pull Things inward
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revised Inkscape Pull Things inward
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Sep
10
answered Inkscape Pull Things inward