Typekit is now Adobe Fonts and part of all Creative Cloud plans

Adobe today announced that Typekit, the company’s subscription service and marketplace for fonts that it acquired in 2011, is getting a new name. The service is now called Adobe Fonts. What&#821

Adobe brings visual search to its Typekit font service

Say you have a photo of a billboard or poster that you like and you want to find the font the designer used. Typically, that involves a lot of trial and error, but Adobe Typekit is launching a new fea

Adobe’s Typekit subscription service now lets you buy individual fonts, too

Typekit, the font subscription service Adobe acquired back in 2011, always offered an all-you-can-use model for accessing¬†the thousands of fonts in its library.¬†That model isn’t going away, bu

Google Partners With Monotype To Bring Its Web Fonts To The Desktop

Google’s Web Fonts collection of open source fonts is now available on the desktop (Mac and Windows). At first glance, that doesn’t make all that much sense, given that the whole idea of W

TypeKit launches, hopes to save typography on the Web

<img class="shot" title="typekit" src="http://eu.beta.techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/typekit.jpg" alt="typekit" width="106" height="39" />Web designers, rejoice! <a href="http://www.typekit.com">Ty

The Font Kingdom: Search, Explore, Create, and Download Fonts for Free

<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/2009-11-06_230518-215x35.jpg" width="215" height="35" /> Being a blogger, I often find design elements on the web for my posts or my blog in