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As a disclaimer: There are no big secrets here, no giant revelations from my 20 years of design and type experience, but it may be helpful to see how someone else goes about the process of narrowing down their font options. Once you start giving focused thought and deliberate time to choosing fonts, your choices will get better.
Legibility is a crucial consideration when trying to choose a font for your project. Here’s how to find a legible font that will be easy on the eyes for your readers and customers.
We recently presented our 2023 Type Trends report during a lively, interactive webinar. Our Creative Type Directors and report curators, Emilios Theofanous and Terrance Weinzierl, walked through the projects featured in the report to a global audience of over 1,300 live attendees. There were too many thoughtful questions to answer during the Q&A, so we’ve taken the time to answer them below. Enjoy!
More than 800 languages in a single typeface: creating Noto for Google.
Paid fonts are superior to free fonts in a variety of ways (and no, we’re not just saying that because we sell fonts). Learn what separates a premium font from a free font from experts at Monotype.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has changed the lives of countless Americans by prohibiting discrimination against individuals with disabilities.
From a supercharged creative team to account managers, a Monotype Fonts subscription empowers every role in an agency.
When you’re undertaking the daunting, yet important task of determining client font usage, these questions can help get you started. Check them out in the article below.
Font. Music. Imagery. Colors. These elements are all integral to creating digital assets and marketing campaigns. Like Cinderella, however, only one magical font will fit a specific project or campaign. If a marketing or creative team finds what they think is the perfect font that helps express the message behind the effort, everything else seems to fall into place–except for legal font licensing.
How moving away from VPN and into a cloud-based solution will improve workflow and connect your offices.
VPNs might be great at protecting your company network, but it’s an outdated way to use and manage fonts. A VPN-powered network slows creative production down and disrupts creators’ workflows, costing your organization time and money.
We all know about the spinning rainbow wheel of death, but what about the “missing fonts error”? It can be just as frustrating for designers trying to do their work, which has drawbacks for agency operations as a whole and can damage your client’s trust in you.
Adobe has announced that they’ll sunset support for authoring content with their Type 1 fonts (also known as PostScript, PS1, T1, and Adobe Type 1 fonts) by 2023. Read on for what you need to know.
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.
Get your common Monotype Fonts questions answered with our FAQ dedicated to the non-creative. From subscription features to definitions, find out everything you need to know before you sign up.
Superheroes need sidekicks. Professional sports teams need coaches. And creative teams out there, whether they’re top-tier agencies or up-and-comers hungry to be the best, need a support team they can count on — especially when it comes to addressing their specific typeface and font licensing needs
Creatives often search far and wide to find the perfect fonts. With the added pressure of finding high-quality fonts at a bargain (or for free), creatives can unknowingly introduce vulnerabilities to your network. Fonts are, after all, software, and like all software, they can be used for malicious purposes.