Legibility: how and why typography affects ease of reading
A new, digital edition, in English and Spanish of Mary Dyson’s book is available free of charge, like the other texts on Design Regression.
The book is a comprehensive attempt to make descriptions of legibility research more accessible to those who can benefit: practitioners, students, enthusiasts.
Fonts In Use: Multiscript
Matthijs Sluiter highlights four design projects where two scripts are each used as equal partners in the work.
Gerard Unger Scholarship 2023
TypeTogether’s Gerard Unger Scholarship is now open for submissions. All current and graduated students from 2022 and 2023 may submit their type families for an opportunity at this mentorship.until 06/15/2023
Letteres: new online shop for typography products
LETTERES is a brand new line of limited edition products by Parachute for design enthusiasts.
Proof&Co. 2022 Annual Report/Almanac for independent type
The 2022 Annual Report lays out the facts, figures, stats, and analysis behind the world of independent typography in 2022. The 2022 Almanac is the ultimate reference guide and index to the over 270 font families and collections released in 2022.
Monotype acquires fonts from Milieu Grotesque and Paulo Goode
Monotype announced its acquisition of five premium typeface families from the Milieu Grotesque catalogue and Paulo Goode’s current type catalogue.
An end to typographic widows on the web
Currently shipping in Chrome Canary, and thus soon to be in Blink-based browsers including Edge, is a relatively new CSS declaration which promises to virtually end typographic widows.
Why Did Adobe Discontinue Font Chameleon in the 1990s?
There is a popular myth that Adobe bought Font Chameleon to kill a threatening technology. Actually, no, removing it from the market was not a motivation for the acquisition …
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