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  • Typography Weekly #63

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      Beta access to cloud font manager LETRS

      “It’s not just a Font Manager in the cloud, It’s an ever-growing catalog of typefaces.”

      www.letrs.io

      Joana Correia

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      Meet Ndiscover, a new foundry from Portugal

      “We’re Joana and Natanael two type designers that started working together over 2 years ago. After working in custom projects together we started to design our own typefaces. After two years of hard work our website and store are out! We decided we needed a place to sell our fonts and to expand our custom clients too. We love to design new typefaces and play with new concepts!”

      ndiscover.com

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      The 2017 Font Purchasing Habits Survey Results

      “On August 26, 2017, I presented the results of the second Font Purchasing Habits Survey in a 40-minute talk at TypeCon in Boston, MA. Survey data was originally collected in May & June of 2017. This article contains the transcript of the talk and the original slides.”

      medium.com

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      Bram Stein’s Webfont Handbook

      “Learn how to make the web a more visually diverse, efficient, and readable environment.”

      abookapart.com

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      The Eclectic Craftsmanship of House Industries

      “Type is not always about making fonts; there’s a whole wide world to build.”

      fontstand.com

      martin

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      Archetype: Quick & Easy Font Pairing & Typesetting

      Archetype is a tool to help choose and save compatible font combinations. It also makes harmonious typesetting for web projects a piece of cake. You can set up sizing based on modular scales as well as vertical rhythm and spacing rules in just a few clicks, live in the browser.

      archetypeapp.com

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      EmmeranR

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      Figuré, a Gothic “flamande” font

      Figuré is a Gothic "flamande" font designed by Emmeran Richard. Through a modern approach and inspired by the 15th century "bâtarde flamande" style used in France and Belgium, the font is great for publishing, titles and decorative elements. If you want Figuré for commercial use, please contact me : contact@emmeranrichard.fr Don't hesitate to hit the blue button and give feedback ! Peace :)

      www.behance.net

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      New Book: The Visual History of Type

      “aul McNeil is the author of a must-have new book, The Visual History of Type (Laurence King), a hefty 662-page tome that covers over 500 years of the material that is the lifeblood of graphic design—and indeed, visual communications itself.”

      www.printmag.com

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      User Interfaces for Variable Fonts

      “Variable fonts give us a new, wide open typographic space with which to work. How do we structure our design tools to adapt to the new advantages variable fonts provide us with?”

      alistapart.com

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