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Case studies

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Simplified font licensing for Scotiabank.

Scotiabank has long used Frutiger as its brand font. But as they expanded to new digital channels and regions, font licensing became too complex. Until now.

A stackable typeface for Domino’s Pizza.

Monotype designer Terrance Weinzierl delivered a taste of modern Americana to Domino’s, with his modular, multi-weight Pizza Press typeface.

Premier League: a brand identity that works hard, plays hard.

One of the best rebrands of 2016, the new Premier League identity features a typeface that performs confidently from screens and jerseys to TV and league tables.

More than 800 languages in a single typeface: creating Noto for Google.

A typeface five years in the making, Google Noto spans more than 100 writing systems, 800 languages, and hundreds of thousands of characters for users worldwide.

Creative freedom and digital flexibility for Hearst Magazines Digital Media.

Hearst Media has dozens of iconic titles. Learn how Monotype helped them evolve to meet the demands of a growing digital audience by offering more design flexibility and freedom.

Introducing Johnston100.

Transport for London commissioned Monotype to remaster the 100-year-old Johnston typeface.

Fashion-forward fonts for H&M.

The H&M custom font family speaks stylishly across all brand communications— from large in-store graphics to smaller type for their website.

Tencent expands global presence.

If you’re using a messaging app in China, chances are it’s owned by Tencent. See the brand identity and typeface that is helping Tencent expand to new markets.