Wondersay let's you generate stylish animations from plain text!
We take the original text (quotes, tweets, custom sentences) and make it more fun by adding style and transforming it into a wondersaying! You can make as many as you like, and continue to customise them until they're just perfect! Print them easily making great presents such as clothes, gift mugs or birthday cards! Or you may just want to browse and see what everyone else is wondersaying, finding them by popularity or searching for your favourite words. Sharing is easy, we help you with getting the right links and you can even embed them on your site.
We'd love to hear from you if you've come up with some really cool ways to use Wondersay, or even if you just wanna say hi.
This website is currently in beta, which means it's ready for use, but may still have a few little errors here and there. Let us know if you find any mistakes.
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Three of the fonts on this site (sans, serif & monospace) are so common that they were already on your computer. However the others are web fonts, loaded using a cutting-edge technique (@font-face).
Now some very nice people have spent a long time crafting pretty fonts for us all. What's more, they've given special licenses to these fonts allowing the whole world to use them under very liberal conditions, comparable to open-source software. We take our hats off to these exceptional forgers, and this is where we thank them and give them full credit for their hard work.
You can install the fonts we use on this website on your home computer. Simply click on the links to your favourite font(s) and follow the instructions to download them. Installation guides: dafont.com / Font Squirrel.
If the fonts are not displaying correctly, or you want to check if your language is supported, see our faq.
Gentium is a world-famous font known for it's elegant design and extremely large character set including many languages, indeed a "typeface for the nations".
License: SIL Open Font License (OFL)
John Stracke has made two fantastic fonts: Essays1743 and Isabella. Both are based on actual historic documents, adding a unique charm to these typefaces. He's extended them so that they also include modern and many foreign characters.
License: GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
Peter Wiegel has an extensive collection of fonts, all quite unique and full of character. Gruenewald-VA cleverly joins the letters together, each one precisely drawn just like our teachers taught us! Yiggivoo is quite stylish and compatible with many languages.
License: GNU General Public License (GPL) with font-exception and SIL Open Font License (OFL). Alternative download in English: Gruenewald-VA / Yiggivoo
Jura is a smart and clean font that Daniel Johnson came up with whilst working on the very important FreeFont project. On this site we use the medium variation.
License: SIL Open Font License (OFL) for all of the glyphs except the Kayah Li range which comes under the GNU General Public License (GPL) with font-exception
Although he's made a few fonts, Daniel Midgely's handwriting is by far the most popular. It's found all over the world, probably because it's so natural and such a pleasure to read.
License: Unlicensed, but the author has clearly expressed free use of this font in the comments from dafont.com as well as his own blog
Haley Fiege is a true artist, her awesome website is proof alone of that fact. Her Sniglet font is bold yet soft and sure to put everyone who sees it in a good mood!
License: SIL Open Font License (OFL)
The magic on this website would not have been possible without the superpowers of jQuery. Many thanks to everybody involved in that project.
Custom product making is powered by Zazzle.
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Web hosting is provided by Media Temple.
wondersay.com is made by Enideo, a startup in Belgium, driven by ideas and results (they're more exciting than programming code!).
We hope you enjoy Wondersay!