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Monotype’s Director of Words and Letters, Allan Haley, will Present “Typographic Master Lessons” on May 13, 2014, at 4:30 p.m., at the Hynes Convention Center.
Allan’s presentation will offer sage advice, design solutions and typographic inspiration from some of the most highly regarded design teachers and mentors, including Gail Anderson, Kit Hinrichs, DJ Stout, Michael Osborne, Carin Goldberg, Sean Anderson and Erik Spiekermann.
Allan will also be hosting a giveaway at the event for the following libraries:
Linotype Originals Library
Im working on a font that includes latin1, hebrew and cyrillic.
I already designed all the glyphs. Now I need to know what should I do before generating the font.
I know is a big question, Im sorry, Im really lost in this step.
Could someone help me ID the font used on the cover of HOW magazine used in the image below? The font I want is circled in yellow. PLEASE AND THANK YOU! =)
Monotype Imaging Announces Winning Entries for the Second Annual Web Font Awards
International Competition Honors Exceptional Use of Web Fonts in Web Design
Monotype Imaging Holdings Inc., a leading global provider of text imaging solutions, has announced the winners of its second annual Web Font Awards, the international competition that recognizes websites that incorporate exceptional use of Web fonts. First place in the Judges’ Choice category went to “DAS FORK” from Fork Unstable Media GmbH, and the Community Choice winner was “Baltimore Fishbowl” from Fastspot.
Well, the title says it all.
Illustrator has this function that equally distributes space between selected nodes.
I just published my first Zine-it's free and is supposed to be published online!
You may or may not like it. If you don't, please tell me what's wrong with it. But here's the finished design and copy, all set in beautiful Futura.
Go nuts and share it with everyone if you like it enough,
My first font. So far I made all the glyphs of all the 6 families of my font and spaced them as best as I could. Created oldstyle-, ornament-, smallcaps-, ligatures- and discretionary ligature features.
Now come the tidious part I understand. Kerning. What is the best way to go about it??
I was thinking about beginning to kern the Capital A next to lowercase glyphs with classes.
then B, C, etc. etc.
If I do it this way, can I work with classes in the kerning panel? Like this:
_kern1: A' @_lc @_sc
If I want to kern the lowercase a next to the capital A, do I have to drag in all of the a-diacretics symbols as well? Or do those composite glyphs just follow a when it is kerned
Indices : Frequently Asked Questions
Indices : (Type Design) How To Section
Spacing for good typefitting
Designing for Even Color
Creating Font Families
Deriving Small Cap from Caps
Deriving Obliques from Roman (Sans)
Deriving Bold from Roman
Drawing International Characters
Drawing Cyrillic Characters
Drawing Symbols and Miscellaneous