The GNOME design team is always hard at work iterating, ideating and improving on the form and function of apps and major UI elements throughout the GNOME desktop stack. And a lot of that design […]
OpenMoji is an open source emoji library that's free to use. The set has over 3000 glyphs, supports Unicode's Emoji 12.0 spec, and is available as a font.
Microsoft has released an open source font called 'Cascadia Code' designed for 'command line experiences and code editors'. The font is free to download.
It may soon be easier to change GNOME Shell font thanks to a new patch that makes the GNOME Shell interface respect a user's font settings.
If you’re looking for a decent font finder app for Linux then you need look no further than the perfectly named ‘Font Finder’. Font Finder is a free, open source app for Linux that lets […]
Computer giant IBM launched a new open-source font last week. It's called 'IBM Plex' and in this post I show you how to set it as the default Ubuntu font.
I’m using GNOME Shell as my default Linux desktop on Ubuntu at the moment, and so far I’m really enjoying it — bar one thing. The main GNOME Shell UI font is not directly changeable. GNOME […]
Unicode 9.0 support has been added to the (awesome) EmojiOne Font. This nifty SVG-in-OT font lets Linux users see and use full color emoji on Linux desktops, including Ubuntu. Version 1.2 of EmojiOne Font fully supports the 72 new pictograms added in Unicode […]
An update to the EmojiOne Font, which lets you see full color emoji in select Linux apps, is now available.
Do you want to change the font on Ubuntu but aren't sure how? We're here to help. We show how to change font and adjust font size on Ubuntu.
An open-source font brings full color emoji to Linux desktops and is based on the EmojiOne glyph set. We show you how to install the font on Ubuntu.
Want to know how to easily find and enter emoji on Ubuntu desktop? Read on to find out.