Catch up with Typekit this week at ATypI

If you’re making your way to Poland for the annual ATypI Conference, hopefully you’ll have a chance to say hello to some members of the Typekit team.

Kick off your conference with a three-hour workshop on SVG in OpenType with Miguel Sousa. The workshop takes place Tuesday, 2:30–5:30 pm, at the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technologies.

Then, get a triple-shot of Typekit on Wednesday during the Business, Education and Technology Forums at the National Audiovisual Institute (NInA).

On Thursday, we’re looking forward to another work-in-progress screening of Briar Levit’s Graphic Means documentary, which we’re pleased to support. The show starts at 5:40 pm at the Academy of Fine Arts.

Curious how to get more people to buy type? On Friday, come for A Bigger Pie, a panel discussion moderated by Indra Kupferschmid and including our own Matthew Rechs. The panel will also be at the Academy of Fine Arts, and begins at 3:10pm.

Finally, there are a couple special surprises in store on Saturday. Please join us for a cocktail at the closing party at Bracka 25 from 8 pm to 2 am, organized by ATypI and Element Talks. We’re happy to sponsor a fun night for the type industry, featuring food, drinks, DJs, a photobooth, and general merriment.

See you in Warsaw!

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Meghan Arnold

Meghan Arnold

Community engagement at Typekit. Former TYPO San Francisco conference director. Probably taking photos of signs or San Francisco sunsets. Will one day write about her adventures.

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