custom typeface work for Ernst & Young. How exactly does this work?
Let’s say a large corporate customer wants a speciﬁc type family for 200 CPUs, but doesn’t want to shell out for a full-family, 200-CPU license. Can they hire a type designer to design a ‘similar’ face for a ﬂat fee and use it however they see ﬁt on as many CPUs as they can plug in?
And how long would it take to design such a similar family of type? And space it and kern it? That’s *a lot* of work. Anyone know how this works?
this concludes this edition of WNL, wednesday night links + google links = zzzzz
any volunteers for some more links next wednesday night? WNL is speciﬁcally designed to give typophiles something to do at work on Thursday and Friday.