Dezeen magazine published a story Norwegian travel documents given a minimal makeover. Created by Oslo-based Neue Design Studio in 2014.
Joe182 is a script face based on the authentic traces left by a thick chisel-tip marker, Joe182 was named after the atmosphere of the streets of New York City in the 1970s and 80s, where this script could be seen on almost every street corner in th..
Richard Turgeon recommends 10 typefaces that can replace Helvetica. Check the complete list at the Extensis Blog.
If you think of ice cream, it (Helvetica) is a cheap, nasty, supermarket brand made of water, substitutes and vegetable fats. T..
The book 100 Years of Swiss Graphic Design takes a fresh look at Swiss typography and photo-graphics, posters, corporate image design, book design, journalism and typefaces over the past hundred years with illuminating essays and captivating illust..
New app FontLab Pad for OS X and Windows allows you to easily use coloured and layered fonts. And it is free!
Adobe answers the call for better OpenType support. Read more at The TypeKit blog.
Take a look at our coverage of the year’s biggest identity design stories. A text by Angus Montgomery at Design Week. Read the original article here.