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      Windows font manager MainType 11 released

      MainType 11 now comes with axis sliders for your variable fonts.

      www.high-logic.com

      Riccardo Sartori

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      Design Regression, a journalette by Rosetta

      “Design Regression is a journalette (mini journal) publishing texts that are about design for reading and reading-related research. It aims for the hard-to-get blend of approachability with seriousness and relevance to practice.”

      designregression.com

      Riccardo Sartori

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      Understanding diacritics

      “TypeTogether cofounder Veronika Burian discusses the major Latin-based information you should know about diacritics: those accented characters we include in all our font families.”

      www.type-together.com

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      Riccardo Sartori

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      On Kickstarter: XX, XY : Sex, Letters and Stereotypes

      A book that investigates the relationship between gender stereotypes and letterforms, and what the design community can do about it.

      www.kickstarter.com

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      TypeWknd 2021: Call for Speakers

      We're looking to amplify fresh voices, start productive conversations, and share engaging content with a global audience. Are you ready to join us?

      typewknd.com

      Riccardo Sartori

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      Gerard Unger Scholarship 2021

      The seventh edition of the Gerard Unger Scholarship is open to all individuals either enrolled in or graduating from a typography course in 2019–2021. Interested participants are invited to submit their designs for consideration before 15th June 2021.⁠⁠

      www.type-together.com

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      Fonts in Popular Culture Identified Vol. 3

      See the fonts used in popular culture—featuring Girls Don’t Cry, Cook This Book, Lovecraft Country, Mrs America and more.

      www.typewolf.com

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      Beyond Calibri: Finding the next default font for Microsoft

      Microsoft commissioned five new custom fonts and asks its user to decide which will be the new default.

      www.microsoft.com

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