Courier Prime is a new version of IBM's classic public domain typeface, redesigned by Quote-Unquote Apps to look good in print and on-screen. I'm a big fan of the original, whose legendary legibility was hampered by pixelation until "retina" displays came along–so it seems due a comeback!
Over at The Guardian, Frida Garza has a delightful new piece examining the graphic design marketing aesthetics of gentrification. Which really just a fancy way of saying: why the fuck… READ THE REST
Do you use a font through Adobe's font platform? Is it Proxima Nova? Users of the typeface report being threatened by a foundry that claims to represent its creator, and… READ THE REST
Wavefont is a typeface of smooth vertical bars, to allow rendering of waveforms, spectrums, bar charts and the like using text. The playground demo is a thing of beauty. I… READ THE REST
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