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The Adobe Originals Silver Anniversary Story: Typographic Tales from Japan

Introducing Source Han Sans: An open source Pan-CJK typeface

Source Sans 2.0

The Adobe Originals Silver Anniversary Story: Expanding the Originals

The Adobe Originals Silver Anniversary Story: The Originals team kicks into high gear

The Adobe Originals Silver Anniversary Story: Stone, Slimbach, and Twombly launch the first Originals

The Adobe Originals Silver Anniversary Story: Sumner Stone paves the way for a renaissance in type design

The Adobe Originals Silver Anniversary Story: A typographic revolution begins

An Unconventional Engineer: How fine art and computer smarts brought Ernie March to Adobe

The Source Project and Open Source Collaboration: A work in progress

Languages, logos, and letters: Frank Grießhammer and his road to type design

A Typographical Curiosity: Frank Grießhammer joins the circus with the release of HWT Tuscan Extended

From Slavophile to Typophile: The cultural journeys of Paul D. Hunt

The mysteries of Type Quality Engineering explained (or how a font gets out the door)

The Type 42 Font Format: Humor & History

From Broadsides to Websites: Miguel Sousa brings wood type to digital life with HWT Gothic Round

SVG in OpenType: Genesis

Adventures in Wood Type: Miguel Sousa lends a helping hand (or two) to the Hamilton