Tag: Font Legibility32 articles
Absorbing information quickly is more than a convenience at 60mph. Fonts for cars must emit visual appeal and brand consistency, while being exceptionally legible and readable at a glance. This collection illustrates a sampling of typefaces that can be read easily to help keep drivers’ eyes where they belong — on the road.
In an industry where scams are commonplace and no brand is immune, trust is fragile. So, how can financial institutions build it, and build it to last?
Consumers are increasingly demanding connectivity in their vehicles, and are prioritizing in-car technology that enhances the driving experience.
How much are designers willing to pay for high-quality fonts? Are variable fonts ready for showtime? These are among the mysteries this annual survey seeks to unravel.
Adobe MAX is right around the corner! Here’s a quick look at what we have planned for this year’s conference.
The idea of brick and mortar stores has been a hot topic lately. Are they dying? Thriving? Whatever you believe, they’re changing, with an eye toward digital.
With the emergence of variable fonts, design no longer has to be traded for page speed. See how this new technology can transform how we think about web design.
Optical sizing has long been part of the type designer’s toolbox, but for many people the term may not be familiar. Here’s why that should change.
Monotype introduces Ambiguity, a typeface designed to effectively express a range of attitudes and beliefs.
Designers and studios might be deeply familiar with Neue Helvetica, but it’s the product of a pre-digital era. Here are four reasons why it’s time to switch.
The World Cup is back, and all eyes are zeroed in on the best football … jersey fonts? We examine the tall task of designing for the world of sport.
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.