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In this article, get a peek at recent and upcoming book releases in a variety of genres to get a sense of what typography styles are trending in publishing right now. This post is a guest piece from our friends at Reedsy, a website that connects authors with publishing professionals.
We caught up with Doah, who graduated in May 2023 from the School of Visual Arts with a BA in Design, with Rhodes Family Award and Honors. Doah talked about her type-driven design style, a recent project using machine learning and motion, and some of her biggest design influences.
The Making of Toyota Type.
Type with heart for Southwest Airlines.
Introducing Futura Now: The definitive version of an iconic family.
Fashion-forward fonts for H&M.
More than 800 languages in a single typeface: creating Noto for Google.
Have you ever cooked a meal at home and been delighted to find the perfect ingredient to complement your recipe? Maybe you forgot you had cilantro, crushed peanuts, or lemon juice, and it’s just the thing you needed to elevate your dish.
Monotype Creative Director, Charles Nix, served as emcee for Brand Talks Austin in December 2022.
From a supercharged creative team to account managers, a Monotype Fonts subscription empowers every role in an agency.
From hidden viruses to incompatible applications, downloading free fonts comes with various challenges. Learn about the hidden dangers of free fonts and how a paid font library can help.
Rebranding a business is not for the faint of heart. It’s an enormous operation that requires significant time and investment while offering the possibility of totally revitalizing a brand.
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.
The story of our world is written in type. Learn how Monotype Fonts makes things a lot easier for designers, especially when it comes to finding and sharing fonts, acquiring licensing, staying relevant, and building great brands. Watch the video, and get excited—it may change your life.
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.
Need help executing your creative typographic vision? The Monotype Fonts support team can help. Find out how.