Last post, I talked about using Dingbats in your designs. Sarajane listed a few of her favorite sources for Dingbats. Just Google the word Dingbats and you’ll find hundreds of webpages that have Dingbats available for download. Many of these websites are cumbersome to use, however. But I was able to put together a list of websites that make it easy to find the perfect Dingbat for your next project. And since Dingbats are fonts, these websites are a great source for finding fonts for word art.
Font Space – This is my favorite font site. Each font is categorized by the users by using tags. You can follow user tags to view fonts with the same tag. This makes categorizing much more thorough. Fonts have a text preview along with a character map. I suggest you use the keyword Dingbats or Silhouettes and see what you come up with. Very cool.
Abstract Fonts – They have each of their fonts neatly organized with a text preview option and a character map. They also have a feature that suggests other fonts you may like.
Wanted Fonts – Fonts are organized into categories with a text preview option.
Dingbat Pages – Nothing but dingbats here. The dingbats are organized into categories for easy browsing. Each Dingbat has a static sample.
Simply The Best Fonts – Each font is categorized with a static sample.
TypeNow.net – Dingbats are categorized into sections, but are displayed on one page with a static sample of each.
Acid Fonts – Fonts are categorized with a static sample of each.
Font Garden – Dingbats are categorized by theme with a static sample of each.
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