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Folder text/texmacs Events
Upcoming and recent events of interest to typographers, type designers, graphic designers, design historians and allied trades.
Event Exhibition: TDC in Chelyabinsk
Exhibition of Type Directors Club 2014 competitions in Chelyabinsk, Russia
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Media Expanding possibilities of typography
Expanding possibilities of typography. Presented by Peter Bilak to the ATypI Letter.2 conference in Buenos Aires on 4 October 2011
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Comment Filip Blažek on 365typo annual book is out now!
Mark, you can get an idea here:
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Comment Frank E. Blokland on Adrian Frutiger
On 10 September 2015 Adrian Frutiger, one of the absolute giants of the type-design profession, passed away. I attended a couple of Frutiger’s talks in [...]
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Page From forgotten boxes to Three Pioneers of Hebrew Typography
Ada Wardi ATypI 2016 • Warsaw, Poland Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw ASP
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Media From metal to phototypesetting: new opportunities in typeface design
The years following WWII marked the beginning of a period of radical changes in typesetting technologies. After 500 years of printing with metal type, the first machines that could set type photographically reached the market, initiating three decades of intense development in photocomposition, and challenging years of well-established practices in type manufacturing.
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Page From Typespotting to Warsaw letters
Artur Frankowski ATypI 2016 • Warsaw, Poland Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw ASP
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Page Fusion
Qiu Yin The interactive communication between font and people ATypI 2016 • Warsaw, Poland Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw ASP
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File GlyphWiki - a Wiki-based glyph design and font production system
By Taichi Kawabata and Kamichi Koichi. Today, more than 75,000 CJK Unified/Compatibility Ideographs have been encoded in Unicode. However, there are many more such characters that have yet to be unencoded, either because they have simply not been standardized (or submitted for standardization), or because they exhibit sometimes subtle or minor glyph-design differences and are thus unified with an existing character. There is a strong demand to be able to distinguish these subtle or minor design differences. GlyphWiki, a Wiki-based collaborative glyph design system, is specifically architected to satisfy such needs. GlyphWiki enables anyone to design his/her own glyph, name it, and publish it as a TrueType font or SVG file. GlyphWiki has been used to develop the world's first font that includes glyphs for all CJK Unified/Compatibility Ideographs. This presentation will demonstrate the benefits of GlyphWiki, how it can be used to manage a large number of glyphs, and how to turn them into a fully-functional OpenType font. The accompanying paper describes GlyphWiki's architecture in detail, to include its glyph naming system, and how the features in the resulting OpenType font correspond to the Wiki-based naming schemes. From the 2012 ATypI conference in Hong Kong.
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