Design a display font

Ever fancied designing your own display font? Always carried around an idea for a cool font but never knew how to make it real? We show you how you can set your typographic creativity free.

Type design is known as a difficult and time-consuming business. This may be true for text fonts, but why not take the fun and creative part and leave out the rest? A display font is a good way to step into the world of font design - it takes a lot of imagination and creativity and not too much technique to get a great result. This tutorial will help you understand what it takes to turn your ideas into a real font that you can use in your work and share with your friends.

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