It’s our third year of proudly joining the sponsors of the TypeParis program, a 5-week intensive course on typography. Congrats to the students who are just kicking off their studies this summer!
Our sponsorship helps to support the evening lecture series that will run through the duration of the program, which we were delighted to hear has been a hit the past two years. These lectures are part of the immersive type design program, but are also open to the general public. Space is limited, however, so do be sure to reserve your space if you want to join.
All lectures take place at Le …Read post
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We are pleased to welcome new fonts from Type Network, a growing alliance of independent type designers from around the world. Since they joined Typekit in November, they have expanded their collection with more partners and font releases. Let’s take a closer look!
CSTM Fonts, a foundry led by Ilya Ruderman and Yury Ostromentsky, is adding some stellar Cyrillic options with four new families.
Kazimir is based on late 19th-century book typography, and its popularity spurred the creation of Kazimir Text, which includes more weights than its display counterpart. Cyrillic letters are more symmetrical in nature than those comprising the Latin alphabet, …Read post
Whether the content is long-form or in brief, or a mix of both, it takes a talented designer to pull together a page that invites readers to stay a while — and to check back often.
Both of these online publications do a great job with this, keeping the type in perfect balance with the overall aesthetic.
The Morning News
The Morning News features articles and essays by its own staff and contributors along a regular stream of headlines from publications across the web, with an understated page design that puts the content (and its readers) first.
The sans-serif face used on the homepage and …Read post