Waukesha Web Design showcases: The Lost Type Co-op. A brilliant font studio with a “pay-what-you-want” setup that has some of the most inspiring fonts we’ve used in a while. If you’re looking for a typeface as well as a place to become creatively charged – the Lost Type Co-op is the place to stop first.
Waukesha Web Design presents: Qontra, a condensed sans serif font by Tomaz Hrastar. Perfect for headlines, quotes, and other informative text, it’s free for both personal and commercial use.
Waukesha Web Design presents: Allegheny, a free font by Pilaster Davy based on glyphs from a 1906 insurance map from Allegheny, Pennsylvania.
Waukesha Web Design presents: Ikaros, a free sans-serif font by Matt Ellis that needs to be in your collection. The basic design of this font makes it very versatile for any project you’re working on.
Waukesha Web Design presents: Oranienbaum, a serif font based on the architecture of classic Antiqua fonts. With its pronounced serifs, contrasting geometry, and an interplay of right angles and flowing lines this is a great font for headline and body text.
Making sure your WordPress website is safe and secure should be one of your top concerns. With Wordfence you can add extra security: scan your website for backdoors, malicious code, and DNS changes; enforce strong password, block brute force attacks, and much more. It’s a great tool to help keep your WordPress website safe.
Waukesha Web Design presents: Bemio, an ultra bold sans font by Joe Prince. With over 1000 glyphs, and full language support this font bridges the gap between old signage and craftsmanship with modern forms and simplicity.
Waukesha Web Design presents: Muller, a sans-serif font by FontFabric and Radomir Tinkov. The free download only contains the Thin and ExtraBold weights with basic characters, but it’ll give you a good idea of what this font can do.
Waukesha Web Design presents: Matchbook, a serif font by Simon Walker. With it’s rounded serifs and extend forms, you get two versions, regular and textured, for free. Both offering a unique feel to any project – especially in headings or to call attention to a specific area.
Novem Designs created a new WordPress website for Pet University. We improved the functionality of their website while also making the site mobile-friendly through responsive web design, created online forms for day care/boarding signup, made the design more reflective of their brand while being visually expressive, and it’s all easy to manage and update.