What is TYPE? Why did it start? What is coming up? Get answers to your most pressing questions about the project initiated by Roger Black and Doug Wilson.
This feature includes advice from type designers at Monotype and Fontsmith for designers wanting to create a typeface for the first time. A story by Miriam Harris.
Variable fonts are a new font format offering unprecedented flexibility. And they are with us now. A story by Richard Rutter.
Diurnal, is a Sans serif companion to Nocturno typeface, providing superb legibility at all sizes. Diurnal belongs to that group of rare humanist sans serifs designed for long, continuous reading.
Two typography designers – David Jonathan Ross and Eleni Beveratou – talk about what it takes to create a font for Google. A story by Jill Blackmore Evans.
“Although 2016 was marked by pressing environmental, political, economical and social issues that seemed to spiral into crisis, it is safe to say that the type community continued to thrive.”
Noka is a powerful display geometric sanserif with a lot of personality. Its clean structure refers to a more digital and technological atmosphere. Designed by Daniel Sabino, Blackletra.
Color fonts (or chromatic fonts) are one of the most promising technology in the graphic industry. Check the color fonts collection on Creative Market.
From typesetting machines to color emoji – a story about the history and evolution of font formats written by David Lemon, the former senior manager of type development at Adobe.
Ever wondered what it would be like to collaborate with the team at Google by enhancing their existing font collection? Type designer Jacques Le Bailly takes us behind the scenes and offers us a glimpse at how this is done.