Welcome to the first-ever Typecast Typography Contest!
To celebrate our public beta launch, we're challenging everyone to get their type on.
Here's a quote we've taken from Wilson Miner's talk at last year's Build Conference. Show off your design chops by transforming it into something stunning.
• Enter the competition by posting your rebound here.
• You must design with web fonts and in your post include a link to a live HTML and CSS example of your rebound.
• Rebounds may include imagery, but submissions will be judged mainly on their use of type.
• You may use Typecast to create your design, but this isn’t mandatory.
• You may enter as many rebounds of this quote as you like.
• You may also enter rebounds for our Liz Danzico and Tim Brown quotes.
For more about this contest and its prizes, visit our blog.
over 1 year ago
by Luke Patton
My first entry to the Typecast Build Quote contest. Clear and simple to start.
Freight Sans Medium & Skolar Regular.
over 1 year ago
Tablet Gothic Condensed - Tablet Gothic Semi Condensed
by Conor McAfee
My first entry to the Typecast Typography Contest.
Check out the HTML version at http://conormcafee.co.uk/typecast/
by Chris Braniff
You can see my live version here.
I have used fonts League Gothic, FF Tisa Web Pro and Proxima Nova - Let me know what you think!
by Jonathan Stephens
My second entry into the Typecast competition. Simplicity. Live entry can be found: http://typecast.com/jonathan-stephens/share/14b2809b74b4ece4f88fb66f5acc8f723f9762f5mw27fXj.
It comes from Wilson Miner's great Build talk: https://vimeo.com/34017777. I enjoyed revisiting the talk, and the thoughts that always come after.
by Joke de Winter
My Typecast competition entry. Made with Futura and Adelle.
Live version here: http://www.jokedewinter.co.uk/demo/typecast/
by David Duncan
typecast is what we've all been waiting for. thanks for the quote Wilson
by Robert Stringer
Quattro Slab and FS Albert.
Typecast link: http://typecast.com/stringers-type-collection/share/02d4d080fef50c461b7b02689ee06a894ca17411mf
Photo by Jeremy Keith
by Kevin Clark
Thought I'd enter this contest as an excuse to play around with type.
I used Atrament Web for the "headline" and Eurostyle for the rest of the text.
Here's the live version: http://typecast.com/vernalkick-team/share/526fc249ecced72c4362740cd918a609b56a4652Ch8TC
by Cole Henley
Completing the trinity of quotes with this gem from Wilson Miner, featuring the Mustang featured in his talk last year.
Responsive live version here … http://pixelf.org/e/typecast/build-wilson/
by Andrew Lohman
My entry for the Typecast Typography Contest!.
by Bevan Stephens
Set in Alegreya by Huerta Tipográfica
Live version is here: http://bevanstephens.com/type-contest/
by Mike Heys
Full rebound here: http://mikeheys.com/things
Used a bit of animation to spice it up. Word of warning, it'll probably look utter shite in anything other than safari/chrome, but it's just for fun, right?
by Rick Monro
Text fading away suggesting the ephemeral nature of "these things".
Clarendon URW for main text, Actor for attribution.
Live version: http://typecast.com/rickmonro/share/d067cfa69c050eb198923b690da7c8ad3d0dc9dcFYhwVy
Saved my first ever Dribbble just for this moment...
by Andrew Austin
Live version here.
My Typecast competition entry for these quote.
by Rory McCawl
Wanted to experiment some more with Typecast app, this competition seems like a great excuse, using some lovely ligature features, proper small caps, and quotation marks, all laid out using Typecast.
Published Version — http://typecast.com/rmccawl/share/c5f20d827bf8f51a35dcf56ad80763ed21e404e5BgPXqncHtN
Live version - http://typecast.com/uxabhishek/share/972f35eaf003d79e628fff3c336c1d862f45199d3x
by Jason Karayiannis
Aww, I missed it!
This Typecast competition is now closed. Thanks for taking part. We had a blast. You can see the winners here http://typecast.com/blog/our-first-contest-winners
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