Find Typekit at three conferences next week!

From Wisconsin to San Diego, from emoji to wood type, our team’s conference involvement runs the gamut of type and design themes next week.

Our company’s annual conference on all things creative, Adobe Max, kicks off on Wednesday, November 2 in San Diego. It’s a big, busy gathering, and a great place to meet other creative professionals — and there’s still time to register if you’ve been on the fence. For all things Typekit, join us in Booth 215 in the Community Pavilion or at Matthew Rechs’ session on Friday at 12:45 p.m. (door prizes for first 50 attendees). We’ll have a longer post on Monday of all the places you can find us and a schedule of rad activities we have planned.

If you’re heading to Two Rivers, Wisconsin, the weekend of November 4th, we’re supporting the opening night reception and some other fun surprises for Hamilton Wayzgoose this year. Our own Christopher Slye will be attending, so please say hello.

Finally, for those in the Bay Area, we’re pretty stoked about the the inaugural Emojicon 😎 which kicks off on November 4th and runs through the weekend. Registration is still open — claim your seat! We’re proud to sponsor the VIP dinner🕴, featuring Paul Galloway, MoMA Architecture & Design Collection Specialist, and Jennifer Dunlop Fletcher, head of the Department of Architecture and Design at SFMoMA, discussing MoMA’s acquisition of the original emoji set. We’re also sponsoring tickets for California College of the Arts students and local artists 🎨. Make sure to catch Paul Hunt’s 💯 talk on Emoji & The Gender Debate on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. 💗

We’d better get packing! See you on the road, or keep up with us on Twitter.

 

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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