The new Yay Hooray! is really, really good. It is by far the smoovest, most customizable forum system I’ve seen. A nice plus: each member’s profile page offers the simplest way to create a personal blog, ever. The only thing YH needs now is an infusion of smart new participants — people like you. Therefore, I encourage all Typographica readers who have any interest in discussing general design issues, scrolling through tracts of innovative business cards, or mocking the marketing dept and bad logos to sign on.
It’s a virtual community of ultra awesomeness!
I think it’s really great your promoting the forum here. I really respect your website and I imagine the people visiting are relatively intelligent in their fields. I think the vibe on Yay Hooray is very silly most of the time now a days. And people roll with it, including myself. To be infused with new ‘talent’ and not just kids screwing around would make it really worth while.
I feed typographica through my livejournal…goodness, and I’m a YH member, I have grown into liking the new design. cheers
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Typographica is a review of typefaces and type books, with occasional commentary on fonts and typographic design. Edited by Stephen Coles and designed by Chris Hamamoto. Founded in 2002 by Joshua Lurie-Terrell. Relaunched in 2009 by Coles and Hamamoto.
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Fonts In Use
Type at work in the real world.
The Anatomy of Type
A book by Typographica editor Stephen Coles.
Coles answers common questions about type.
Lettering on vintage cars, appliances, and other objects.
Fleurs Coiffeur Liqueur
Lettering on storefronts.