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Take a look inside the winter issue TYPO #46

Náhled: Take a look inside the winter issue TYPO #46

In the winter issue no. 46 you will find interviews with Dutch designer René Knip, the Portuguese studio R2 and Georg Seifert, the creator of a new font editor called Glyphs. You can also take a look at the winners of the Letter.2 competition.

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Design Education, Part IV: Gerard Unger

Náhled: Design Education, Part IV: Gerard Unger

Well-known international design instructors answer our poll about job opportunities for design graduates, the differences between academic theory and real-world practice, specialisation vs general education, and their own motivations to teach design. (This is the full version of the poll published in TYPO 43.)

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Vanishing world on the cover of Typo 45

Náhled: Vanishing world on the cover of Typo 45

With a cover photo by Molly Woodward from New York, take a look inside the current autumn issue.

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Slanted Magazine #15 – Experimental

Náhled: Slanted Magazine #15 – Experimental

Slanted #15 – Experimental deals with experimental design strategies in typography and graphic design. This issue presents projects incorporating the accident into the design process, works based on mistakes and inaccuracy, fonts that derive from a concept or a system – in the end work that experiments or goes unconventional ways in design.

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TYPO 44 cover dances in the summer rain

Náhled: TYPO 44 cover dances in the summer rain

With a cover designed by the Polish studio Noviki, take a look inside the current summer issue.

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Design Education, Part III: Titus Nemeth

Náhled: Design Education, Part III: Titus Nemeth

Well-known international design instructors answer our poll about job opportunities for design graduates, the differences between academic theory and real-world practice, specialisation vs general education, and their own motivations to teach design. (This is the full version of the poll published in TYPO 43.)

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Design Education, Part II: Gerry Leonidas

Náhled: Design Education, Part II: Gerry Leonidas

Well-known international design instructors answer our poll about job opportunities for design graduates, the differences between academic theory and real-world practice, specialisation vs general education, and their own motivations to teach design. (This is the full version of the poll published in TYPO 43.)

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Design Education, Part I: Peter Biľak

Náhled: Design Education, Part I: Peter Biľak

Well-known international design instructors answer our poll about job opportunities for design graduates, the differences between academic theory and real-world practice, specialisation vs general education, and their own motivations to teach design. (This is the full version of the poll published in TYPO 43.)

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TYPO #43 is now hot off the press!

Náhled: TYPO #43 is now hot off the press!

Number 43, released in early April, focuses on the future of graphic design, featuring thesis projects created by recent graphic and product design graduates and reporting the results of an extensive poll about education that the magazine conducted among leading design and typography instructors.

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TypeTalks2

Náhled: TypeTalks2

The two-days symposium will take place this year at the University of Arts in Poznań (Poland) on 18–19 June 2011. The theme of the conferences is type and typography. That is not going to change any time soon. This year TT aims to accentuate the social aspect of the symposium.

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Current Issue

50 – winter 2012

Typo is celebrating its 10th anniversary! Read our most influential authors' opinions about the future of graphic design, a review of the ATypI and TYPO London conferences and an interview with Andy Altmann.

What’s new

  • OpenBrand: Now Free Forever

    OpenBrand is now more designer friendly, with prices easier to understand and it's free for smaller brands.

    Typostrate Project

    The mission since the beginning of typostrate, was to create a site which shows the passion and power of typography to the world.

    A Good User Interface

    A Good User Interface has high conversion rates and is easy to use. In other words, it's nice to both the business side as well as the people using it.

  • Font Inspector by URTD

    Font Inspector is an analytics script for FontLab and RoboFont. It generates a comprehensive overview of design and metrics of all open fonts.

    Favorite Typefaces of 2013

    Typographica.org: This year marks another step in the typographic diversi­fi­cation we observed in our previous annual.

    Works That Work, No.3

    In this issue we look at designs from the past that have shaped the present, and designs from the present that will affect the future.

  • The Best of Fonts In Use in 2013

    We mark our third anniversary by honoring some of our favorite typography from the year that was. Contributed by Stephen Coles.

    Emil Yakupov (1957–2014)

    Emil Yakupov has passed away. Together with Vladimir Yefimov (who had died almost exactly two years ago), Emil co-founded ParaType in 1998.

    Farewell, Peter Bruhn

    Peter Bruhn passed away unexpectedly in his home in Malmö, Sweden on February 21, 2014. He was an influential figure in digital type.

  • ED Awards deadline tomorrow

    The entry deadline is 21 February 2014! The European Design Awards is the comprehensive annual awards organization.

 

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