In San Francisco this June? So is the Working Late series! Adobe will be hosting two events next month to inspire your creative work and develop your skills.
On June 10, designer Dan Stiles will discuss his artistic process and the work involved in delivering memorable, on-point poster artwork for some of the biggest names in music today. The event begins at 7pm, and tickets are available directly through SF Design Week; the $10 price includes food and drinks at the event.
For a more hands-on experience, Scriptology on June 25 might be up your alley — especially if you’re interested in learning more …Read post
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Many Adobe-owned typefaces – including most of the Myriad Pro, Minion Pro, Garamond Premier Pro, and Chaparral Pro families – have long been available for web and desktop use via Typekit, which is included with most Creative Cloud subscriptions.
But we recognize that not all of the users of our type are Creative Cloud subscribers, and that some prefer the flexibility provided by a traditional, perpetual license. We have sold Adobe type directly …Read post
Some things you learn in school, and others, you learn from the world around you. This week, we’re nearing the end of school graduation season and we’ve got our eyes on the future — and on typography, as always. Here are a couple sites to get you inspired, either way.
Bringing the tech startup spirit to the grounds of Greenwich Village, Tech@NYU welcomes students into the world of design, tech, and entrepreneurship with a busy calendar of campus events. All text is set in FF Meta — a clean, approachable sans serif whose varied sizes and weights balance out nicely across headings and body …Read post