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A new service for print and media professionals

There is a new way to find fonts for your print or online media needs, and the way to do it is via a service called TypeNavigator. Rather than having to search endlessly through alphabetical lists of fonts, the service gives you an interactive, visual way to choose the font you're after.

Once you've selected all of your type options (such as font weight, serif, width, angle, and so on), TypeNavigator will display a list of fonts that match your criteria (as shown above).

It's a pretty smart idea that I'm sure will catch on with picky marketing and web professionals looking for the perfect typeface for their ads and websites. As for me however, I'll stick with the ones that come for free.

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