I ran across a couple of posts on Pinterest that featured a few interesting online graphic design resources. I wanted to share three of them with you:
1) Wordmark.it is a web site that shows you a preview of all the fonts installed on your computer. This is helpful when you can’t remember the name of the font you want to use, but will recognize its glyphs.
2) Coolors.co is a color scheme generator. My favorite part of this tool is the refine toolbar that lets you adjust the generated color scheme by hue, temperature, saturation or brightness.
3) Lost Type Co-Op is a font foundry that offers some great looking fonts for a reasonable price. The fonts aren’t free, but if you want to support a few skilled font designers and get some great fonts in return, this is the first place I’d visit on the web.