- Fonthead Design has
several volumes of unique fonts, from the whimsical to the
stylish and future-tech. Really nice stuff, and inexpensive too.
- Emigre also makes fonts,
though the only ones I've ever bought from them were
Cool but pricey.
- MyFonts.com has a huge catalog of
fonts from many different font foundries.
- What the Font?! (on the MyFonts
site) can identify the font used in an image. Just scan it in, upload it,
and find out which fonts are the closest match.
- Letterhead Fonts
has some really distinctive and artistic fonts that are great for
logos and signs. Check out their gallery
- Little Guys is a group
of several small font and image companies (FontHead Design and
Letterhead Fonts are members.)
- dafont.com has a large collection
of both free and shareware fonts for preview and download.
- Create Fonts From Your Handwriting
- Fonts common to
both Mac and PC - useful when choosing a font for your web pages.
||has over 100,000 fonts available.
- WhatFont is a browser tool for determining what font is being used on a web page. Handy!
Favicons are the little icon that appears in the location bar of many browsers.
These sites offer some nice stock icon packages for web designers.
Studio's Stock Web Icons - Webpro (scalable vector icons) and
Webpro mini, iMini, Web 2 Mini, and more.
mini web icons
- Icon Buffet has a number of
free and shareware icons.
- iStockphoto.com is a great resource for designers, with royalty-free photography, illustrations and icons for sale at very affordable prices. Browse, preview, and order just the sets you want; most icon sets are just $5.