The letter ‘Æ’ evolved from the Classical Latin diphthong ‘AE’. With its long history, there are multiple models for its design. Nevertheless, there are some aspects worth highlighting. Text by Frode Helland, Monokrom.
Web publications tend to favor straight quotation marks, a pragmatic approach to typography that old-school stylists can’t stand. An essay by Glenn Fleishman, The Atlantic.
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Explore how grids can enhance your designs, and why breaking the rules is sometimes for the best. By Gavin Ambrose, Creative Bloq.
Not all Cyrillic languages use exactly the same characters as Russia – find out about the difference in this blog post by Krista Radoeva.
You might or might not remember typewriters, but their use is responsible for many of the type crimes committed today. Text by Ilene Strizver.
Watch as Dan Rhatigan shows how to improve that final 5% of your typography with the help of OpenType features.
All typefaces are designed with a specific size range in mind – usually text or display. Learn more from about opticals from Ilene Strizver (Creative Pro).