A designer’s font collection is never complete, so when an unmissable bundle comes around it’s hard not to take up the offer to widen your choice of typefaces for your future design projects. The Fontastic Bundle was recently launched by The Hungry JPEG, it’s a massive collection of 45 premium fonts, discounted down to just $29. If you’re looking for some elegant script fonts, bold display fonts, or fun handmade fonts, this collection will be right up your street!
Since the implementation of @font-face, web fonts have become a big deal in Web Design. It’s not so long ago that Web Designers were limited to 5 or so “web safe fonts”, but now the choice is vast. You can’t go using any font in your designs though, you have to make sure the typeface you’re using is licensed for web use. That’s why I figured you might be interested in this latest deal from Design Cuts. At 99% off this offer is unmissable as it stands, but if you’re a Web Designer, the free extended licensing and web fonts included might be right up your street.
The BundleHunt treasure chest has been revealed for the Spring giveaway. This time there’s a collection of 13 quality apps and design resources to get your hands on for just $49, including WordPress themes, icon packs and software for your Mac.
After months of anticipation from designers and developers around the design community, BundleHunt 3 is now on sale at http://www.bundlehunt.com, featuring 20 popular design resources and applications normally valued at over $1287 for just $49. This time around there’s some really sought after goodies including WordPress themes, vector sets, icon packs and even applications!
Noura Yehia (original founder of Noupe.com) has kindly arranged for 3 lucky Line25 readers to get their hands on the latest bundle of goodies from BundleHunt, absolutely free! BundleHunt is currently on its second treasure giveaway with the resources this time around tallying up to $2000. The bundle is on sale at just $50, but read on to find out how you could be in with a chance of getting it for free.
March 2010 saw Line25 turn one year old. Since its launch last year the blog seems to have been well accepted into the blogosphere, despite entering at a time when design blogs are springing up every day. I always enjoy posting a behind the scenes insight into the traffic levels and growth stats on each anniversary of my blogs, so let’s check out some of the facts and figures behind Line25.