Doesn't it depend on what sort of type you're drawing? For most sanses, slabs, and other relatively monoline faces, I think it can be useful to try to go right down to a hairline skeleton for the lig… (View Post)
Nothing but the fear of a lawsuit.
In the past big corporations have been caught when they did things like launch national rebranding and/or advertising campaigns after buying a … (View Post)
I tried to cover the entire weight spectrum of a sans with only 2.5 masters (Hairline, Bold, and bracket layers for controlling optical compensations where necessary) for my Quinoa and Eau de Garamon… (View Post)
It is used for some math functions, James.
Technically, the bullet operator for math (indicating multiplication) is a separate Unicode character (U+2219) from the centered period (U+00B7).
So, th… (View Post)
If you had access to a Mac, you could use ftxvalidator from the Apple Font Tools to test your fonts. This should give similar results as the Font Book validation. Example:
$ ftxvalidator -T MyFont… (View Post)