Typekit joins the ATypI program in São Paulo

We’ll have a couple people from the Typekit team journeying south this week for the annual ATypI conference, which is in São Paulo, Brazil this year. We’re always delighted to sponsor this conference and look forward to some great discussions!

ATypI poster image

The conference begins on Wednesday, October 14, and David Lemon kicks off the day as he joins a presentation on the current state of web fonts with representatives from Google Fonts and Monotype.

David will also be joining a panel discussion Wednesday afternoon to do some brainstorming on the future of OpenType, moderated by Dave Crossland.

Meanwhile, Miguel Sousa will be leading a day-long workshop on Wednesday to walk through the Adobe Font Developer Kit and the “Adobe way” of building fonts. Normally he takes a whole week for a workshop like this, so this will be an intensified version of it — strap in!

Finally, Miguel will take the stage first thing Saturday morning to present on some of the same themes around font technology and type design at Adobe.

If you’ll be at the conference, we hope you’ll have time to stop by one of these presentations, or just catch up with either David or Miguel between sessions if there’s anything you’d like to know about Adobe Type. And enjoy São Paulo! We look forward to hearing feedback about the conference.

One Response

  1. Eran says:

    Adobe OpenType fonts – what would us web developers do without them? Simply besautiful 😉

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Sally Kerrigan

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