The so-called Legibility Wars occurred in the 80s and 90s, defined by stark divisions between young anti-Modernists and established followers of Modernism.
Monotype's new Between typeface offers three different designs, each with eight weights plus italics, to satisfy a range of moods while maintaining consistency and harmony.
Today is the last day for Early Bird entries to Print‘s Typography & Lettering Awards! Don’t miss your chance to be featured among the greats in Print magazine! Enter today. Google and Monotype are making history. The two partnered together to create Noto: a typeface five years in the making. The new face can be used across...
The billion dollar launch of the iPhone was met with petty complaints and indifference, highlighting the need for a Maslowian story-pyramid.
Explore the possibilities and the ways designers and marketing professionals can use augmented reality in print work.
By using public locations to establish print as a "gateway media," designers can increase the ROI of print and outdoor advertising.
At Typographics 2016, Tobias Frere-Jones discussed how we can learn from the past when aiming to deliver typographic detail on screen.
Jake Marshall took on a face swap of an entire museum—from Egyptian mummies to Roman statues—at the British Museum in London.
Festivalgoers to Coachella expect weekend-long partying that stimulates all the senses. The festival caters to the ears with lively performances by top artists, and it dazzles audiences with dynamic stage designs and futuristic interactive experiences. After this past Coachella, we looked into the stage artists who deliver the interactive experiences that energize the festival’s atmosphere. We...
Johan Liedgren addresses the challenge of humanizing AI in order to craft a coherent design narrative.