For years the complaints have been filed about fonts on the web. The limitations are strong which leaves only a few typographic choices. This is nothing new. When I first started designing websites, I remember being shocked by the constraints. MS Word could use many more fonts than the web could, and I felt likeContinue Reading
Anytime I get a chance to see type in new languages, the letters take on whole new meanings. I’m no longer seeing them as a part of a word (which inherently has a meaning), but rather as pieces of art themselves. Moscow did this through using a lot of letters I am familiar with, butContinue Reading
f you’ve seen the Helvetica Documentary, maybe you were enthralled by Erik Spiekermann, who claimed he will not read any printed material unless he can identify the typeface. While slightly insane, wouldn’t it be amazing if I could identify even 1/9087th of the fonts I see?