Something we should do more often and not enough; getting immerse into a surf on Dribbble. I just had one yesterday night and I was just impressed about all the amazing work by many talented designers out there.
DaFont was for sure the very first resource I used to download free fonts, back in 2003. Since then the website and the branding remaings exactly the same. For my surprise I found on Behance this concept project by Wendy Borg, a designer from Netherlands, she made a beautiful job with both parts, logo and website interface.
A rebranding concept designed for the font sharing site Dafont. The overhaul tackles various user experience issues - such as wayfinding and search accuracy. No longer will users need to wade through thousands of vaguely labeled fonts to find what they need. This started out as a Daily UI exercise, but I liked the concept so much I went all the way with it ;)
Take a look below in some parts of the project and go to read the full case study on her Behance.