Tag: Media and publishing fonts

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Creative Characters S2 E17: 'Live' from Adobe MAX, this week's guest is: You!

We recently packed up our recording gear and traveled to Adobe MAX, one of the largest creative conferences in the world, to scan people’s brains (yes, really) and connect with creatives just like you. Listen to the episode to find out more. 

Here’s why leadership should care about company fonts.

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.

Change management resources that will simplify the switch to Monotype Fonts.

Moving to a font subscription service model? Here are the resources you need that will help you make the transition to Monotype Fonts easier.

How typography can make your brand feel more human.

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. 

How to update your font library instantly.

Many people think of fonts as static design elements, but in reality they are software files that regularly receive updates: anything from fixes, to expansions, or improvements, generally anything that often benefits the user in the long run.

5 Monotype Fonts features you’ll love.

Here are 5 of the best Monotype Fonts features to make font use easier. Monotype Fonts is not just a font library, it’s a cloud-based font management solution. Whether you’re a creative or an administrator, here are some of the Monotype Fonts features that will soon become your favorite.

4 Ways a Monotype font subscription reduces risk.

Like all software, fonts can introduce legal and technical risks to your organization. Find out how the Monotype Fonts platform reduces those risks.

Creative Characters S2 E16: Craig Ward: From metal type to the digital unknown.

This week, host Charles Nix sits down with Craig to talk about his career, his myriad side projects and quirky pastimes, and how technology could revolutionize the way we use type and ensure the rights of ownership for designers.

Monotype Fonts FAQ for creatives.

Monotype Fonts is designed to eliminate a lot of the complications creatives often face when working with type. How can it simplify your creative team’s workflow? How many fonts come with a Monotype Fonts subscription? Which fonts will you have access to, and for which projects can you use them?  

How an increased focus on digital transformation has changed customer branding expectations.

Today’s designers are faced with a multitude of new challenges when it comes to designing for a digital world. Customers expect constant communication, have short attention spans, and expect brands to keep up with emerging technology. Learn about the branding challenges to advance your digital strategy and forge ahead.

The 4 most important considerations when choosing a font for website or app launches.

Launching a website or app? Your font choice is key to your success. Here’s how to assess the legibility, consistency, performance, and longevity of your font choice.

7 common problems organizations face due to poor font management practices.

Every organization has their own approach to managing their fonts, but oftentimes these practices aren’t consistent across the board. This makes working with fonts tricky and causes issues over time.

No fuzzy business: 5 ways to keep your brand thriving in a digital age.

As our world becomes immersed in digital experiences, the type you use needs to keep up. Use this checklist to ensure your typeface meets the task at hand.

Creative Characters S2 E15: Annie Atkins: building worlds in film through graphic props and typography.

Today we’re welcoming Annie Atkins, a creative in the film industry (just like our last guest, Holly Fraser). She’s known for her graphic props and set pieces for Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel and Isle of Dogs. Tune-in to learn about the magic of film.

Creative Characters S2 E14: Holly Fraser: Winning Oscars and attention with a purpose-driven brand.

Today we’re welcoming Holly Fraser, editor-in-chief at WePresent, WeTransfer’s digital arts platform that works with 1,000+ creatives from over 100 countries. Tune-in to learn what makes a hit film, how to stay inspired, and why the creative industries need more diversity.