After being the bread and butter of the web for most of its early history, tables were cast aside by many designers for newer, trendier layouts. But while they might be making fewer appearances on the web these days, data tables still collect and organize much of the information we interact with on a day-to-day basis.
baldinger•vu-huu is a Paris based, Swiss-German type and graphic design studio founded in 2008. André Baldinger and Toan Vu-Huu work across a broad range of design fields including type design, identities, publications, signage systems, exhibition graphics and poster design
vtf is an experimental type foundry dedicated to type creation, not font development. therefore, it is more a forgery than a foundry.
our goal is to provide experimental typefaces, made with free softwares (fontforge, inkscape, ...) and bound to be used freely
Alphabet Soup is a project which attempts to determine a number of things about the shapes of letters in several different writing systems. First, it hypothesizes a set of basic building blocks that all letters are built up from. Second, it hypothesizes a set of rules, a grammar or syntax, which defines how those pieces combine to make different letters.
With LAIKA, there is finally a font that can seamlessly use the whole spectrum of its cuts. A font that is able to move between its extremes in real time. An interactive font that is able to respond to its surroundings.
The WOFF format originated from a collabaration between the font designers Erik van Blokland and Tal Leming with help from Mozilla’s Jonathan Kew. The format itself is intended to be a simple repackaging of OpenType or TrueType font data, it doesn’t introduce any new behavior, alter the @font-face linking mechanism or affect the way fonts are rendered.
Since the common SND (Sunday Night Depression) usually already starts on Saturday morning, Friday has become the new Saturday in terms of favorite weekdays: so which name could better represent the playful attitude for these experiments in typography.
Firefox 3.5 is out. And the more users download it, the more designers will be able to take advantage of the @font-face CSS rule. How can @font-face be used with currently implemented CSS selectors to create engaging, nuanced and more mature typography? Let's find out.
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