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Entries in Sketchnote Typeface (2)

Friday
Nov282014

Sketchnote Books and Sketchnote Typeface Make Great Gifts!

AWAKEN THE CREATIVE in someone you love with the gift of The Sketchnote Handbook, The Sketchnote Workbook, and The Sketchnote Typeface. Enjoy these coupons and special prices to make sketchnote gift-giving easy.

The Sketchnote Workbook & The Sketchnote Handbook: 35-50% Off Coupons

Handbook & Workbook Combo

Both The Sketchnote Workbook and The Sketchnote Handbook are on sale at Peachpit for 35% off with coupon code SKETCHNOTE, and that includes my entire catalog of books, PDFs, DVDs and videos.

The Sketchnote Typeface Full Family: $69 (30% Off) at Creative Market through 12/31

The Sketchnote Typeface Full Family

I've put The Sketchnote Typeface Full Family I created to design The Sketchnote Handbook and The Sketchnote Workbook, on sale through the end of the year for $69 at Creative Market. That's 30% off the $99 price.

The Full Family includes these fonts:

Thank You Everyone!

Most of all, I want to say thank you to everyone who as supported me in my book and typeface creation journey. I could not have done all of this without your encouragement over the past few years. I hope these small tokens of appreciation help you share the gift of creativity with the ones you love.

Thank you!

- Mike

Monday
Jul152013

Sketchnote Typeface: MyFonts Sticker Promo

WE’RE AT NO. 40 on the Hot New Fonts List at MyFonts with The Sketchnote Typeface. Now we want to push it to the top of the list and we need your help.

To help us get there, Delve and I are offering a free Sketchnote Dingbats sticker sheet to the next 50 orders of The Sketchnote Typeface at MyFonts.com. Buyers get a little something fun and purchases can help push us to the top of the list.

Sketchnote Dingbats Sticker Sheet

The sticker sheets are UV resistant, vinyl stickers, produced by Sticker Mule. The 4x6 sheet of stickers features type tidbits as well as dingbats you can stick on your laptop, notebook, bicycle — wherever you like.

If you’ve already purchased The Sketchnote Typeface at MyFonts or directly from Delve Fonts, you also qualify for the free sticker sheet!

The Process & Rules

Here's the process and promotional rules to qualify for a free sticker sheet:

  • Purchase The Sketchnote Typeface at MyFonts.com starting July 15, 2013.
  • Any/all past Sketchnote Typeface purchasers will qualify.
  • Complete the Delve Fonts contact form (be sure to include your mailing address to qualify).
  • Indicate in the comments field where you purchased.
  • One sticker sheet per customer.
  • Sticker sheets will be mailed out via USPS in approximately two weeks.
  • Postage is included (no charge to you).

Request Your Sticker Sheet Today!

We’re very excited about getting these sticker sheets out to you, so pick up your copy of the Sketchnote Typeface at MyFonts and enter your info to claim your sticker sheet at the Delve contact form today!

Sketchnote Typeface Interview w/ Delve & Mike on CMD+Space #51

Delve and I were guests on Myke Hurley's 5by5 Network show, CMD+Space last week. We had an hour to talk about how we created the font, tools and processes we've used and to answer some questions for Myke and his listeners.

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CMD+Space #51: Creating a Typeface, with Mike Rohde & Delve Withrington

July 10, 2013 at 4:00pm • 53 minutes
This week Myke is joined by Mike Rohde and Delve Withrington. They discuss what it takes to build a typeface.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support — we really appreciate it!