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Jump in, the water’s warm

Much has been said and written—by everyone from operating systems developers, app developers, font developers, content-developing users, and just plain-old users—about OpenType variations. “As you were,” “Just a taste,” and “Whole hog!” are three of the many possible attitudes such…

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Opacity for all

In the beginning of digital outline fonts, people were not quite sure whether the line being drawn was opaque or transparent.

Remembering Margo Chase, letter alchemist

On July 22, the design community lost one of its brightest stars to a tragic aviation accident. An icon of graphic design, Margo Chase created extraordinary, evocative letterforms that deeply marked popular culture as well as hearts and minds.

Retype brings Krul, Winco, and Kade to Type Network

From bar windows to book covers to boats, the wildly diverse culture of the Netherlands informs a trio of types from this Hague-based foundry.

Coquette and Proxima Nova broaden their horizons

Welcome to the Mark Simonson Variety Show, where typefaces grow lighter and bolder and pick up new language skills!

The Wall Street Journal’s design chief talks type and trustworthiness after launching updated app

Che Douglas, the Journal’s Global Head of Design, oversaw a major overhaul of its digital product, which, like the print edition, prominently features Font Bureau’s Escrow.

Inside the fonts: sizing up Zeitung

Underware’s latest release comes in two variants—Zeitung Pro and Zeitung Micro Pro. What’s the difference?

ScreenFonts: June 2017 | The Leftovers

These posters didn’t make the cut, but are still noteworthy for their design and/or typography.

Underware comes to Type Network

A terrific trio brings a collection of exquisite, lively typefaces to our burgeoning alliance.

ScreenFonts: June 2017

Poster galleries galore: the June episode of ScreenFonts looks at posters for LA 92, Restless Creature: Wendy Whelan, Sleight, Burden, Violet, Hounds of Love, A Dark Song, The Void, Free Fire, and Berlin Syndrome.

Input travels to the past

The time-travel drama Travelers prominently features David Jonathan Ross’ Input Sans.