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FontCast #9 — TypeTogether

FontShop is proud to offer fonts from TypeTogether, a foundry that has become a household name among editorial designers. I had a chance to ask them more about their recent rise to fame in Mexico City at ATypI’s Typ09 conference.

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FontCast #8 — Crystian Cruz

After years of working as a magazine art director in Brazil, Crystian Cruz took a hiatus to the UK’s University of Reading where he developed his ideas for typeface design. He returned to start an editorial design consultancy, armed with expertise in both sides of typography: type creation and type use. Crystian expounds on the [...]

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FontCast #7 — Dyana Weissman on Kerning

Dyana of The Font Bureau explains the difference between kerning and spacing, why it should be done by hand, and the mystical concept of flow.

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Celebrating 20 Years of FontShop With Erik Spiekermann

The third in a series of interviews with people that played a key role in twenty years of FontShop.

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Webfonts Week: An Interview with Erik Spiekermann

Spiekermann embraced the fledgling world of digital type early on when he founded FontShop 20 years ago, and he’s just as forward-thinking now about licensing type in an era of Web-embeddable fonts.

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Webfonts Week: An Interview with Christian Schwartz

On our fourth day of Webfonts Week I thought it wise to hear from someone who repre­sents the future of type design. Who better than Christian Schwartz?

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Webfonts Week: An Interview with David Berlow of The Font Bureau

Taking the pulse of the font community would not be complete without the man who has been active in type design and technology from the beginning of the digital era.

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Webfonts Week: An Interview with Simon Daniels of Microsoft

Webfonts Week continues as we chat with a guy who has been instrumental in Microsoft’s focus on screen typography since 1995.

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