Months ago I started working on a personal project called FontAlbum, an up to date Font Management tool focused on browsing, previewing, comparing and sync'ing fonts.
For several reasons I left this idea on the side and not too after this big players like Adobe (typekit), Google or Typography.com released major updates on their services letting users sync fonts across devices and many more features.
I still think there is a lot to do when it comes to browsing and comparing fonts but, for the time being, I decided to stop working on this and focus on short term ideas that I can easily make for real.
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4 months ago
Looks very good!
Amazing work, truly amazing
very nice! :)
awesome stuff Claudio!
Have been on dribbble for more than 1 year, and this is the 1st time I need to say, exceptional work to someone. Congrats. Apart from the color wheel, that distracts a bit too much, the rest seems flawless.
*two thumbs up* neat stuff dude.
That's great work Clau, and also a shame it didn't make it to the next level. We should start the "Dead Project Society"...
Amazing work Claudio, this looks so damn useful - such a shame it won't see the light of day
@David Navarro hahaha, we should buy borndead.com and put there all our dropped projects :P
@Claudio Guglieri, this is great and it looks like a bit of work! It's a shame it didn't take off, thanks for sharing dude :)
Super interesting vision … I hope to see that in the future.
Claudio, this is crazy!! Looks beautiful.
Great job. Can't wait to use this app!
My only tiny comment is that the connect with google web font button is blending too much with the background so it's a bit too subtle.
Really great stuff @Claudio Guglieri
Looks amazing! :)
looks very cool!
Yea, I still think this adds many features that current font management does not have. It's more than just "activating fonts". If this app is not going to happen, I'd at least wish the big companies would see this and respond accordingly. ^_^
And super brilliant work by the way. Specs filter = super slick. Sad to hear of it's fate.
I still think this has a legitimate future. I hate trying to compare fonts on my local machine. I used have linotype, but the cost was going up and not many features of use were going in.
Sooooooooo awesome! Amazing work once again Mr Guglieri : )
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