127. Typophile's Typowiki.
Oct 30, 2007 at 08:36AM
jj

typophile.jpgI'm often asked to put together a design resource page - listing sources of inspiration, information, helpful tips, tutorials and anything else that would be of help to a designer. And I'm working on just such a thing - trying to not to duplicate other resources that are out there and giving someone a good idea of the sites that I find helpful in my daily project solving. As far as typography goes, however, I (or anyone else for that matter) would be hard pressed to do better than Typophile's typowiki. This site lists resources in categories like type foundries, printing methods, terminology, and organizations all the way to merchandise, conferences, museums and even other wikis. And because it's a wiki, it's a living breathing document that will continue to grow and adapt to the current design environment. I've been using Typophile for awhile now to stay up to date on all things type, and just now created an account  - allowing me to post articles, comments and contribute to the wiki. I would encourage you to do the same.

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