1. make sure you consult the latest Unicode code charts for reference. New symbols get freshly encoded all the way.
2. Don’t get misguided by the misuse of the term emoji. Unfortunately, it is used … (View Post)
I have no clue at all about AI. And I fail to imagine what “following the neural network of the eyes” has any to do with my (or someone’s) thoughts about evaluating and selecting typefa… (View Post)
That’s right. Given the fact that this guideline has been very thoroughly compiled over several years, with contributions by over a dozen specialists in the field, I dare to say if it’s no… (View Post)
If you do two fonts it is instantly visible upfront for everyone what you offer. When you pack all in one font, you need to explain things first (and hope that people understand). For the user’s hand… (View Post)
Following what Jan Pietkiewicz listed earlier in this thread, I’d like to ad, as a side aspect, those letter combinations (for Polish) which may pose spacing issues and are worth being checked for. –… (View Post)