This is the seventh in a series of articles from Tamye Riggs, a longtime lover of type who is working with us to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Adobe Originals type design program. This post explores multiple master fonts and OpenType, and how the Adobe Type team continued to innovate in type design and font technology.
It was certainly one of the striking and exciting things about being there and working with everyone — everyone was passionate about the craft, about making good stuff that would be reliable, and, at the same time, represent an advance in type design. Percentage wise, there’s just a
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We hope you can join us next week at TypeCon2014! As a nonprofit endeavor with a focus on sharing and education, TypeCon is an event that we’re proud to support once again as a headline sponsor. This year the conference takes place in Washington, DC, from July 30th through August 3rd, and as usual will feature dozens of presentations and workshops covering all aspects of type and typography.
Once the young upstart of type conferences in the years following its debut in 1998, TypeCon has now become a venerable favorite in the type community. Each year it brings together some of the most famous …Read post
Up until today, we’ve had a requirement that all trial plans had to put a Typekit badge on their websites.
We also included this badge in all new kits by default, adding 3KB to the kit weight. Some people liked having this option, but we expect a lot of you didn’t realize it was there — and it’s more important to us that you have the space you need for fonts.
We’re doing away with both of those things as of today: none of our customers are required to display the Typekit badge on their websites anymore, and as soon as you republish your kits …Read post