Dan Rhatigan on variable fonts and the future of typography
“The likelihood of a variety of new approaches to application UI both excites me and scares me a little.” Read the interview by Khoi Vinh.
Rui Abreu – drawing the spaces between the lines
A face-to-face interview with Rui Abreu of R-Typography by Catherine Dixon. Published at Fontstand blog.
Backstage Talks 2 out now
Backstage Talks is an interview magazine about how design can change business for better by making it both useful and beautiful. Filled with a number of engrossing interviews and essays by leading creatives and designers.
Footnotes – a periodical bulletin of applied research in type design
Geneva-based designer Mathieu Christe interviewed by Ryan Gerald Nelson about precision, looking back on the history of Swiss type design, inventing a portmanteau, the study of typewriter typefaces in criminal investigations, affordable means of publishing, and what to expect in the forthcoming issue of Footnotes.
The three phases to improve your typography
Cultivating an eye for typography can be challenging to designers first learning. TypeThursday sat down with Wenting Zhang, creator of TypeDetail, to talk about the steps in improving your typographic skills.
“It’s time for the Swiss style of typography to bow out.”
Is This the Answer to Helvetica, a.k.a. the “Lazy” Design Choice? An interview with Bruno Maag by Luc Benyon, AIGA Eye on Design blog.
Dumb questions for smart designers
The anti-interview series that dives deep into the quirky crevasses of designers, illustrators and typographers. Dumb questions for smart designers consists of fun tales and hilarious anecdotes from the most talented creatives around the world.
Nadine Chahine in an interview with Catherine Dixon
MyFonts Creative Characters interview Nr. 106. The conversation took place at the TYPO Berlin conference back in May. (more…)
Backstage Talks #1 magazine is out now
Backstage Talks is an interview magazine about how design can change business for better by making it both useful and beautiful. (more…)
An interview with Neville Brody by Design Week
Neville Brody about the necessity of risk-taking in design, balancing work with big and small clients, and why design shouldn’t be “precious”. (more…)speaks to