Fonts are more than a pretty face. Underneath their polished surface is an intricate array of data and functionality that few people ever see. Yet this hidden world is integral to the reliability, performance and appearance of a font.
Out of all the thousands of fonts in the world, handwriting fonts are a category unto themselves. But even within that seemingly narrow niche, there is a range of styles that reflects the variations and subtle differences found in actual handwriting.
Our last Brand Talks event of the year focused on insights gained from the best in branding from 2019, and the emerging brand and design trends for 2020.
Modern brands are not static, stationary objects. Today’s brands need to be agile and adaptable, permanently poised to respond to shifts in consumer expectations, emerging technology, and opportunities in other regions and languages.
Brand Talks featured speakers from leading global brands and agencies who discussed the primary factors influencing brand identity in a modern world.
Tom Rickner introduces Monotype's first Variable font, available free on GitHub, and shares his research into potential use cases for variable fonts.
Speaking at Typographics 2017, Director of Design Hilary Greenbaum explained how typography helps the museum keep the focus on its art.
As new marketing strategies come and go, email remains one of the most effective ways brands can reach their customers. Here's how web fonts can help.
Each element of your typography strategy has a role in streamlining your workflow and helping your designers produce higher quality work on deadline.
This episode features Marina Willer of Pentagram and Nadine Chahine of Monotype. A 30-minute dose of fascinating dialogue about the business of creativity
What are the major challenges facing CMOs? Together with The Future Laboratory, we identified a number of ways that CMOs must adapt for future success.
On November 7, Monotype hosted our second Brand Talks in Paris to explore the ways brands are impacted by both social and economic changes and how they can evolve. A few years ago, brands did not have the same considerations, but they now must keep pace with major issues such as environmental concerns, changing societal expectations, and new ways of engaging with the audience.
An amazing line up of 60 speakers will take the stage at TYPO Berlin to explore how they use digital tools creatively and how to overcome digital distractions.
Theo Inglis chats with graphic designer, writer, lecturer, editor and publisher, Adrian Shaughnessy, about his love of design, vinyl and album art.
Whether you are looking for a new brand font or want to establish a consistent visual identity across the web, here’s how to choose a font that works everywhere.
When you choose a font for your brand, you assume it will just work. But that’s not always the case, this fact can damage your brand’s visual identity.