Industrious and ambitious type designers are creating fonts for not only their own cultures, but those in nearby countries—or ones thousands of miles away.
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Leonidas shares his opinions about typography and the importance of culture, history, motivation, and research when it comes to designing type and teaching type design.
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Adobe and Chaos Group have partnered to bring the power of V-Ray to Creative Cloud via Project Felix, putting 3D design tools in the hands of more people.
Monotype's Tom Rickner discusses the development of variable fonts—and what's coming next for the future of type on the web.
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Knowing how—and when—to offer your creative services for free is the key to pro bono design work that benefits you and contributes to the greater good.
Frere-Jones Type has just released the Retina typeface, a low-contrast sans serif whose origins date back to the 1990s when grunge was in full swing.