Typography

Apr18
Last week, the General Services Administration rolled out "U.S. Web Design System 2.0".
Apr11
Helvetica is one of the most well-known and often-used typefaces, and it just got a big refresh.
Apr10
Fonts with less points in their vector art are smaller. That's the theory anyway. Shall we see if there is any merit to it?
Apr10
Helvetica Now is a new chapter in the story of perhaps the best-known typeface of all time.
Apr09
A strong, neutral typeface for text or display.
Apr08
Venetian printer Aldus Manutius is generally credited with introducing italics into European print.
Apr05
To “set the table” at the Letterform Archive is an art, a subjective exercise in revealing a collection of 50,000 typographical artifacts.
Apr03
We delve into the role of variable fonts in making brand communication a truly 1-in-1 experience.
Apr02
Erik Sachse approaches type design in a rather unique way.
Mar28
Pros, Cons, and lessons learned along the way