Real-life confusability story: I was checking out an issue of the Quærendo journal from the UCLA Research Library (this is back in the late '90s when I used to work in the Astrophysics department). N… (View Post)
Fiona Ross, Alice Savoie and Helena Lekka have a research project through the University of Reading: Women in Type.
See also Fiona and Alice talking about the project at ATypI 2018.
And see, of cou… (View Post)
If at all possible you want to have an attorney yourself who drafts the contract because attorneys will always write with a bias to their client. If your customer does craft the document you still w… (View Post)
I've just released the first version of Béziers for iOS. It's a vector graphics editor specially designed for digitizing lettering projects on the iPhone or iPad. You can take a picture of your work,… (View Post)
Like Michael, I used to draw just one master at a time, but I too am finding myself liking doing each glyph across masters as soon as possible.
Of course, this depends in part on how many axes and … (View Post)
I used to draw one master at a time, but I've found it more efficient to draw each glyph simultaneously across all masters which includes sidebearings. It took time to build up to this complexity and… (View Post)
To read easily or less easily is one aspect: legibility. To memorize effectively or less effectively is another one. I can’t help guessing that the relation of those two aspects has not been thorough… (View Post)