Upcoming Speaking Events

Here, there, and everywhere: the Typekit team may be on the way to a conference near you!

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There are tickets available for all but one of these events at the time of posting.

TYPO Day Düsseldorf

12 September 2014 | Düsseldorf, Germany
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Type designer Tim Ahrens will discuss the current state of typography on the web, looking ahead to how he expects the craft could continue to evolve, which cues it will take from print typography, and where it will firmly diverge from the print tradition.


CSSconf EU

12 September 2014 | Berlin, Germany
Sold Out (but there is a waiting list)

In his talk “The State of Web Typography,” Bram Stein will explore advanced web typography using CSS, HTML and, if necessary, JavaScript. He will dive deep into the current state of browser support for kerning, hyphenation, justification, and OpenType features.


ATypI Barcelona

17-21 September 2014 | Barcelona, Spain
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ATypI is five days full of terrific talks, including several from the Typekit team & our colleagues:


Generate London

26 September 2014 | London, UK
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Elliot Jay Stocks will walk attendees through “some of the most exciting recent developments that allow us to take web-based typography to the next level” in his talk, “Advanced Web Typography”.


Adobe MAX

4-8 October 2014 | Los Angeles, California, USA
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In his talk “Why Good Typography is Important for Good Design,” Christopher Slye explains why studying type history and typeface design will make you a better designer. And Bram Stein will be reprising his talk “The State of Web Typography,” exploring advanced web typography using CSS, HTML and, if necessary, JavaScript.


User Interface 19

27-29 October 2014 | Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Focusing on traditional typographic principles, while also embracing progressive enhancement, Tim Brown explains how fonts, CSS, web-enabled devices, and user contexts coexist. Tim is also running a day-long workshop titled “Designing with Type.”

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Typekit Support. When I’m not helping our users get the most out of Typekit, I try to get better at Keynote. I live, work, & knit in Cambridge (MA), prefer Marvel to DC, and love snow.

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