Typography comes from the Greek words τύπος typos "mark, figure" and γράφω grapho "I write".

As of lately I've been experimenting with typography styles, like in the sidebars, header and post area.
New layout of the sidebar looks better now, but I am still not finished...

Etymology:

Typography comes from the Greek words τύπος typos mark, figure and γράφω grapho I write.

milo317-magazine

Quick mock for a magazine
Georgia typeface, the universal font style: transitional serif typeface designed in 1993 by Matthew Carter and hinted by Tom Rickner.
I prefer georgia, as it prints finer than Times New Roman with the same size (em/%).
For the sIfr headers are Engravers MT in use, as Georgia's serifs are slightly wider and have blunter, flatter ends, while Engravers shows the classy look. Still I have to find an appropriate body typeface, now arial, times is a nogo, suggestions?


Excellent use of various styles

san-serif-logo-serif-logos

Typography

Web typography

Fresh inspirational use of modern fonts, a beautiful colour pallette and product focused structure to get the message to the user.