Uncertain times call for distressed typography.
Donald Samulack offers thoughts on typesetting, design, font choice and how the brain processes information to create meaning.
Do scholarly and scientific publishers risk more than they realize when they embrace modern media spectacle and seek to marginalize the PDF?
A look at the evolution of comic book fonts, once driven by the physical nature of the books and now moving into new digital possibilities.
An entertaining lecture on the tricks of typography.
A ten minute course in practical typography and a charming short film on its history. A great way to spend your Friday learning some valuable skills.
An interview with designer Michael Bierut, about the history of typography, its current manifestations, the power of habituation, and why Parma matters.
A nifty little experiment across a two-part New York Times column shows that some aspect of authority resides in not only your words, but the typeface they appear in.