Type designer Charles Nix shares twelve shocking confessions from the presenters at RGD Design Thinkers
Ahead of her talk at the next Letterform Live event, we met up with Miho to talk about beer, graphic design and branding
The Typographic Time Machine workshop, created for London Design Festival by Type Tasting founder Sarah Hyndman, encourages adults to let go and create.
Theo Inglis sits down with Toshi Omagari to get a preview of his upcoming talk at the Grafik Letterform Live gaming-themed event.
Theo Inglis sits down with Sarah Hyndman, at her studio in Dalston, East London
See this years winning work. Prestigious scholarship awarded to young female designers. Named in honor of the ‘the first lady of typography' Beatrice Warde.
D&AD announce the winners of their annual New Blood Awards. Typography category judges, Jamie Neely and Nadine Chahine, share their pick of the pencils.
Rod McDonald, type designer, explains the design process behind the new Classic Grotesque font family— the newest addition to the Monotype Library.
A typographic look at vinyl, music and album art. Colin Kersley and Emily Fenech dig through record store bins to find the best typographic album covers.
Felix Pfäffli talks about how his natural aversion to authority has played a role in his approach, and how he aims to break the the boredom of everyday design.
Swyft Media’s Evan Wray explains the advantages and opportunities that mobile messaging apps can offer brands that are eager to engage with millennials.
Katie Zanecchia of Creative Mornings gets to know the duo behind The Recorder — Emma Tucker and Luke Tonge. Together, they explore the stories inside Issue 3.
Caz Hildebrand and Kara Johnson, from Ink Works, share how they developed The Eric Gill Series product line, turning letterforms and fonts into physical product
Monotype’s type designer Toshi Omagari, explains the process of reviving typefaces, having designed a number of significant type reinventions in recent years.
Monotype collaborated with design studio FIELD to produce a trio of experimental installations for three of Europe’s most influential professional events.
Design Week editor Angus Montgomery considers what visual communication will look like in 50 years’ time, with a look back at the past 50 years.
Julia Errens traces the course of machine-augmented translation, from Turing to Google Translate.