Icon Fonts are very popular tools for building websites nowadays. As they are real fonts, you can install them directly on your system. However, it is not so easy to find the right glyph without an professional font manager. But you can do this in today’s 5.4 release. Let’s take a look.
We’re pleased to introduce New Fonts Filter Panel in version 5.3!
If you open a design document containing fonts which are not installed on your computer, you will see a Missing Fonts message upon opening the file. If you proceed without resolving the missing fonts, a default font (usually means a random one) will be substituted in.
In our recent release of RightFont 5.2, some new features were introduced to make your font management more powerful. With this update, there were some improvements worth highlighting as well. Let's take a look.
So you’ve probably heard that Google offers thousands of free web fonts ready to be used on any website. But how do you use them on your desktop, more specifically, how to use them in Adobe Photoshop or Sketch? This post will show you how to sync Google Fonts to your desktop with RightFont.
We’re committed to helping more designers experience the innovative technology established in our company. That’s why we want to offer special discount for staff in large design team and students and teachers in universities.
Font Auto Activation has been an important part in today’s design workflow. Without this feature, you cannot believe that you will waste how much time on searching the missing fonts in your document and then activate theme one by one.
We built RightFont specifically for fonts collaboration and to make it possible to share fonts easily with your whole team. In this post you will learn the basics of fonts collaboration through RightFont using Dropbox.
As you may know, the Font Library was introduced in our latest release of RightFont 5. So what is Font Library? How do I use it to manage my fonts?
After one year of hard working, we are very happy to Introducing the release of RightFont 5! RightFont has always been a popular font manager in design community, however, we still received many great feedbacks and feature requests from various designers. Today, we’re rolling out a brand new version of RightFont, let’s take a closer look.