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wikisignpedia officially launches in Beta Version

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Over 426 sign wiki's now submitted.

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wiki updated due to glitch in post count. This glitch has now been rectified.

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Wikisignpedia has now been launched in beta-version to 15 trustee members of UKSB only.

We would like to encourage members to contribute as much as possible. Particularly on information based on their geographical location.

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Fonts

More commonly known as a collection of Typefaces.

Fonts, like any other resource in sign making is a valuable tool that, used correctly, can enhance any sign job.

There are plenty of free font sites that contain many and varied designs and styles.

It should be remembered though that not all fonts are free.

Sites like www.myfonts.com ,www.letterheadfonts.com or www.signdna.com/v2/index.php have an endless range to choose from at all price ranges. There are many more.

Font Piracy is something that is discouraged by professional designers and sign makers alike. A font is a design, and is copyrighted by the original designer. There are no hard and fast rules on pricing, but it is usually determined by public demand and competition in the market place.

Most fonts are sold through recognized font resellers. It pays to shop around.

Computer Typefaces have evolved quite a lot over the last decade.

  1. True Type Fonts (TTF)
  2. Postscript Fonts
  3. OpenType Fonts
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fonts.txt · Last modified: 2008/03/17 02:03 by duncan wilkie
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Bee-Line Software

The collective name for a line of products containing very high-quality illustrations and photos for creative uses.

Bee-Line is produced by Scandinavian graphic artists, illustrators and photographers in a quality solely aimed at professional graphics users.

Bee-Line is always right at hand, so you save plenty of time - and money - compared to searching for single pictures in often enormous databases whose content is more about quantity than quality.

All Bee-Line illustrations are 100% royalty-free, and by purchasing one product you get user rights now and forever.

Designed for Signmaking, Graphic design, Silkscreening and offset printing, Desktop publishing, Textile printing, Engraving, Laser and router cutting, Webdesign and Large format printing.

Company Profile

Kehlet Reklame is a graphics business that was founded in 1985. The governing idea behind the business is to make products and “tools� that can help the customer produce creative solutions and so save time and money.

The Kehlet product range includes the Bee-Line illustration system, which is mainly used by professionals in the graphics industry. Everything is produced in the firm's own art department with the clear aim of offering something different from all the low-end clipart products that are available.

Bee-Line is also being constantly developed, and both brand new products and updates are launched every year. Bee-Line is produced in Denmark, but is exported to a large number of countries all over the world, where it is marketed and sold by distributors in the individual countries.

Kehlet Reklame is also a full-service agency for Danish local newspapers, which it supplies with journalism, pictures, sales concepts, crosswords and Bee-Line.

 
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