Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Turn it up Tuesday!

Hey Hey folks, I'm Jenna and one of the newest gals on the team...**waves** I'm Jenna, hi again!.... and this week I'm here to bring you Turn it up Tuesday!

I don't know 'bout you all, but I barely found out about this newest gadget that will aid in searching for that font you've been yearning to know the name of. It's over at MyFonts.com and it’s called WhatTheFont. It allows you to upload an image of a font; the site analyzes it, then gives you several possibilities of a font that matches or possibilities that would work in place of the example.

I always wanted to know the name of the following font {I was curious what my search would return, so let's pretend k?!} *lol* I uploaded the image .....

Your image:



Character selection:

The query asked me to look at each image below to make sure the text box agrees with the character highlighted in the image, while leaving character boxes blank if no valid character is highlighted.


Finally, it gave me suggestions for the fonts, which made it even more fun!

Your WhatTheFont results:



Isn't that nifty or what?! I highly recommend visiting {and bookmarking} if you're searching for the name of that font you truly adore with no avail or if you want to discover new typefaces. Enjoy!

1 comments:

CraftCrave April 7, 2010 at 11:52 AM  

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [07 Apr 02:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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