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There is nothing as exhilarating as spending three jam-packed days surrounded by friends old and new, learning with each other and from one another at Adobe MAX. Read on for our thoughts after the event.
We recently had the fortune of hosting our first-ever Brand Talks in Chicago. Read on as we recap some of the highlights from this wonderful event.
In early autumn of 2022, EDIT invited Monotype to partner on one of London’s most anticipated rebrands, the refurbished National Portrait Gallery which is home to some of the world’s most iconic and progressive portraits. Read on for the full customer story.
Utility, authority, and a hint of steel for Bekaert.
Last week, Monotype descended on San Francisco for our first in-person Brand Talks event in the golden city since 2019, read on for our thoughts following the event.
Picsart x Monotype
Monotype and Picsart have built a partnership that’s fueling creativity for Picsart’s 150 million monthly global users. Picsart, the world’s largest digital creation platform, allows creators of all levels to design, edit, draw, and share photo and video content.
Fashion-forward fonts for H&M.
Monotype designed a pair of custom typefaces for global market leader in steel wire transformation and coating technologies, Bekaert, creating a bold, modernist design that speaks to the company’s extensive history and industrial heritage. The typefaces are an integral part of a company-wide rebrand, led by Interbrand and designed to support Bekaert’s ambition to be the leading partner in shaping the way we live and move: safe, smart, sustainable.
Tom Foley opens Brand Talks London with an exploration of how much the customer has changed over the last several years – namely around the importance of activism, social justice, and environmental ethics.
You’ve been there before: there’s a new tool or system that could be useful for your organization or company, and now it’s up to you, and the rest of the leadership team, to decide whether it’s worth it.
Moving to a font subscription service model? Here are the resources you need that will help you make the transition to Monotype Fonts easier.
Monotype Fonts was designed with designers in mind, as we like to say. But it’s also true that we built it to meet the needs of modern organizations, which also means building for a range of teams, including IT.
Depending on how you currently manage your fonts, paying for a Monotype Fonts subscription can be an upfront investment that provides a substantial return. But as with anything that requires a yearly fee, it’s natural to wonder whether spending money on a font management tool makes financial sense to your creative team.
It’s more important than ever to bring a sense of humanity and authenticity to your messaging. And if your type is the voice of your brand, then it’s doubly important to make sure it’s saying the right things.