Tag: Variable fonts18 articles
A living logo for every parcel, person, and place: Monotype and Superunion help Hermes rebrand into Evri.
Evri is the new name and brand for Hermes, the UK’s largest dedicated parcel delivery company. The Monotype Studio design team led by Senior Creative Type Director Phil Garnham, worked closely with Superunion to create a living logotype powered by variable font technology to help the brand realize its mission of positive and reliable delivery experiences for everyone, everywhere.
Monotype’s 2022 Type Trends report explores how several socioeconomic, political, and cultural events continue to shape the way we approach creative work and how connect to each other online and offline.
From brand strategy to sonic branding, learn why typography plays a significant role in your brand development. Monotype’s Senior Director of Brand James Fooks-Bale and Creative Type Director Tom Foley will guide you through what brands need to deal with today’s digital world, and into the future.
Helvetica Now Variable, new from the Monotype Studio, offers more than a million new Helvetica styles in one state-of-the-art font file, allowing you to create infinite shades of expression, incredible typographic animations, and ultra-refined typography.
Join Monotype & Shutterstock on this live webinar and discover the trends driving branding and design today, and take a look at what’s on the horizon for 2021 and beyond.
In this panel at the 2021 ADC Festival, Monotype’s Creative Type Director, Phil Garnham, is joined by KMS’ Jessica Krier and Journalist Jürgen Siebert. The group discusses the future of type with variable fonts and how they offer endless possibilities for creatives. They also raise questions about brand durability and expansion that variable fonts can enable - as well as simplifying its technical complexity.
We are thrilled to have our first Monotype x Paratype webinar coming to Russia. We’ve specially designed a webinar for your market. Join us and our prestigious guest speakers from Sberank and Mail.RU to discover more on their type and branding challenges and gain knowledge on how to future-proof your brand.
Join us to discover insights into the evolving world of fonts from our Sr. Director of Brand, James Fooks-Bale. We’ll discuss the four main areas of change to anticipate in the font industry, and how type design can help your brand reflect its core values.
As businesses continue to ramp up their digital offerings amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, many designers, brands and agencies are turning their attention to variable fonts. But for many, the question remains: What are variable fonts, and what is the potential of variable fonts to transform how we are communicating on the web?
In an innovative and dynamic approach to the new Variable font format, Fontsmith (now part of the Monotype Studio) and Dutch branding agency VBAT created a responsive logo font for Amsterdam’s new WPP campus — a logo which changes according to interaction and time, as people move throughout the space so do its letterforms.
Learn how variable fonts can help brands looking to distinguish themselves in the modern marketplace.
Tom Rickner introduces Monotype’s first Variable font, available free on GitHub, and shares his research into potential use cases for variable fonts.
Typography on the web has long been considered second to web page performance, leaving web designers unable to apply all but the most basic typographic principles to online content. Until now. With the recent emergence of the variable font format, designers can work with an entire font family as they do in print.
Tom Rickner, veteran type designer, shares his personal role in the beginnings of type’s most exciting development in decades.
Bob Taylor, Monotype’s Font Technologies Director, offers his views on the promise of Variable Fonts and shares how Monotype and the tech industry are bringing this promise to reality. He shares a few Variable Font tests gone wrong, what we are learning, and introduces the newest Variable Font from Monotype.