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Get to a glimpse inside the Monotype Studio—the people, the process, and the problems they can solve for brands.
With seemingly every business in the world launching apps, online services, and other digital properties as they cope with disruptions from the COVID crisis, many brands are likely wondering how they can stand out from all the sudden digital noise.
COVID-19 is aggressively reshaping the way we work and live, right before our eyes. There is a distinct before and after to this crisis, with the “before” rapidly fading from view while the “after” remains shrouded in uncertainty.
Typefaces have come a long way since the days of the print shop, when having a handful of typefaces was considered a great range of choice. Now, brands and designers need a whole toolbox of type that spans different styles, sizes and languages. This has given rise to a greater need for superfamilies—vast collections of type that can meet a multitude of needs without compromising on consistency. But what defines a superfamily, exactly?
TypeNotes is a love letter to letterforms, a journal dedicated to typography and graphic design.
Over the past several weeks, the creative community has stepped up, designing art that motivates, informs, and brings people together during an increasingly challenging time.
See how designers have stepped up in creative ways to visualize messages of hope, community, and caring for all.
As it grew and expanded into new regions, Orange found that its font capabilities were not keeping up. Support for new languages was inconsistent, different teams were using different licenses and fonts, and there was concern about degrading brand recognition and license infringement.
Partnering with Interbrand and Monotype, Santander redesigned its brand to become more modern, more digital and more in tune with a new generation of consumers.
Fonts are more than a pretty face. Underneath their polished surface is an intricate array of data and functionality that few people ever see. Yet this hidden world is integral to the reliability, performance and appearance of a font.
Our last Brand Talks event of the year focused on insights gained from the best in branding from 2019, and the emerging brand and design trends for 2020.
Modern brands are not static, stationary objects. Today’s brands need to be agile and adaptable, permanently poised to respond to shifts in consumer expectations, emerging technology, and opportunities in other regions and languages.
Each element of your typography strategy has a role in streamlining your workflow and helping your designers produce higher quality work on deadline.
Theo Inglis chats with graphic designer, writer, lecturer, editor and publisher, Adrian Shaughnessy, about his love of design, vinyl and album art.
Corporate typeface helps a timeless railway company now and into the future.
Lovers and Greenpeace talk through their campaign, End Ocean Plastics which aims to drive awareness of ocean pollution and drive urgent change.
A custom version of Proxima Nova will streamline Royal Caribbean’s digital presence for clear and confident communication with Chinese customers.