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  • Typography Weekly #47

      Riccardo Sartori

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      Raising the quality of Google Fonts

      “Since the new Google Fonts directory launched in May, we’ve been hard at work improving the quality of the fonts in our collection. In June we invited a team of typeface designers and font engineers from around the world to our New York City offices to kick off a 4-months font improvement project. Each member of the team was selected for their extensive industry experience in type design or font production.”

      fonts.googleblog.com

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      New Type Together website

      “We are pleased to present our new website, designed by Electric Pulp and implemented by Dinamic Studio.”

      www.type-together.com

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      Video: Every New Emoji in iOS 10.2 December 2016 Update

      Apple emoji rolled out with iOS 10.2. New in this update: face palm, shrug, tuxedo man, selfie, butterfly, black heart and ROFL, and many more.

      www.youtube.com

      Riccardo Sartori

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      Type-Trap – the world’s largest search for the Futura

      “FUTURA type-trap has launched the world's largest search for the Futura typeface: on posters, neon signs, billboards, signs, packages, books, business cards, tattoos, etc., at home, in the city and in the countryside. Everyone is invited to upload their findings to the participatory image platform type-trap.com and discuss them.”

      www.type-trap.com

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      Riccardo Sartori

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      From TrueType GX to Variable Fonts

      “In Part 1, veteran type design Tom Rickner discusses the 25 year history behind the events which led to the OpenType 1.8 variations announcement. In this posting, he looks forward. Tom shares his research surrounding potential use cases for designers and developers and introduces Monotype’s first variable font prototype.”

      www.monotype.com

      Riccardo Sartori

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      Datalegreya

      Datalegreya is a typeface which exploits OpenType features in order to interweave data curves with text. It’s based on Alegreya and it’s intended to be used in all contexts where small space is available to synthetically display graphical data.

      figs-lab.com

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      Jan Maack

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      New font foundry has opened: The Ivy Foundry

      New font foundry has opened:
      “My focus is to create high quality typefaces with a contemporary aesthetic” Jan Maack says. He has designed fonts for the past 10 years. All his fonts have been published by FontFont, but now he has started a foundry of his own. For the last year he has put all his effort into the type business resulting in an independent type foundry, which right now has two font families, 10 styles each, on the shelves.

      Have a look at theivyfoundry.com

      theivyfoundry.com

      Riccardo Sartori

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      Support the Family of Vernon Adams - Type Designer

      “Vernon believed in making his fonts available to the largest possible audience […] If you are an individual or a company that uses or has used any of his fonts, or you just respect his body of work and his ideal, please consider helping his family.”

      www.youcaring.com

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      Nick Shinn released Boxley

      “Boxley is an eighteen font, sans serif family by Shinntype. This corporate typeface includes 9 OpenType features including Contextual Alternates and Lining Figures making this font a great value. Boxley is designed by Nick Shinn and has extensive Latin language support.”

      www.fontspring.com

      Riccardo Sartori

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      Japanese Comic Book Font by Comicraft

      “We are creating WILDWORDS MANGA - the first digital font designed specifically for lettering comic books in Japanese.”

      until December 19, 2016

      www.kickstarter.com

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