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TYPO Labs 2018 – This was day three

All good things come in threes: The last day of TYPO Labs has offered insights into CJK Fonts, educational perspectives and future scenarios concering the broad implementation of Variable Fonts. In this newsletter we sum up some of the highlights for you.

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TYPO Labs 2018 – This was day two

TYPO Labs day two revealed that there is increased demand for tools that build bridges between professionals and across disciplines to fully unfold the potential of new Font Technologies. We’ve selected three of the day’s many highlights for you.

 

John Hudson

Constrained. Unconstrained. Variable.

In his keynote John Hudson, Type Designer and Co-founder of Tiro Typeworks Ltd., provided us with interesting perspectives upon the Nirmala UI project. Under the title “Constrained. Unconstrained. Variable.” He reflected upon circumstances, presenting the unique challenges of each design. Here are the most important steps on that journey.

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Und das sind sie // Here they are: Sabine Gruppe (Monotype), Rik Watkinson, Christine Wenning (Chief Editor), Lisa Schmidt, Catharina Dörr, Miriam Kadel, Alessio D’Ellena, Paul Toppmair, Sonja Knecht (Head of Team), Stefan Pabst, Michael Kress, Jannis Riethmüller (Managing Editor), Luise Behr, David Reitenbach, Tilmann Hielscher, Felix von Pless, Christoph Rauscher, Anne Rethfeldt, Jenna Gesse (Chief Editor), Jenny Zegenhagen (Managing Editor), Chris Campe, Harry Keller, Lukas Horn, Jan Vincent Dufke, Nina Sieverding, Jenny Baese. Nicht auf dem Foto // Team members missing from this picture: Ajda Zupančič, Björn Giesecke, Gerhard Kassner (Photo), Gabby Lord, Norman Posselt (Photo), Philipp Sunny Neumeyer, Radek Sidun, Sebastian Weiß (Photo), Tyrone Stoddart. © Norman Posselt / Monotype

EN: The life of the editorial team at TYPO 2017

This year’s TYPO 2017 was entitled “Wanderlust” – a theme the speakers took to heart and interpreted in a variety of ways. This was also done by the editorial team, who ventured into unknown terrain with new formats, filling the blog with souvenirs of beautiful listening and reading material as well as great pictures. Zur deutschen Version …

 

By Christine Wenning

 

Und das sind sie // Here they are: Sabine Gruppe (Monotype), Rik Watkinson, Christine Wenning (Chief Editor), Lisa Schmidt, Catharina Dörr, Miriam Kadel, Alessio D’Ellena, Paul Toppmair, Sonja Knecht (Head of Team), Stefan Pabst, Michael Kress, Jannis Riethmüller (Managing Editor), Luise Behr, David Reitenbach, Tilmann Hielscher, Felix von Pless, Christoph Rauscher, Anne Rethfeldt, Jenna Gesse (Chief Editor), Jenny Zegenhagen (Managing Editor), Chris Campe, Harry Keller, Lukas Horn, Jan Vincent Dufke, Nina Sieverding, Jenny Baese. Nicht auf dem Foto // Team members missing from this picture: Ajda Zupančič, Björn Giesecke, Gerhard Kassner (Photo), Gabby Lord, Norman Posselt (Photo), Philipp Sunny Neumeyer, Radek Sidun, Sebastian Weiß (Photo), Tyrone Stoddart. © Norman Posselt / Monotype

DE: Das Editorial-Team der TYPO Berlin 2017

Unter dem Motto „Wanderlust“ stand die diesjährige TYPO-Konferenz – ein Thema, das sich die Vortragenden zu Herzen nahmen und vielfältig umsetzten. Das tat auch das Editorial-Team. Mit neuen Formaten wagten wir uns in unbekanntes Terrain und füllen mit Souvenirs aus schönem Hör- und Lesestoff und tollen Bildern den Blog. Switch to English Version …

 

Von Christine Wenning

 

Typo Berlin 2017 "wanderlust"

Dominic Wilcox: The Reinvention Of Normal

Perfectly normal.

Designer, artist, inventor? With his reinventions of everyday things, Dominic Wilcox changes our perspectives, and puts a smile on the faces of the TYPO 2017 audience. We sat down with him to talk about the creative potential of everyday things, explaining creativity to politicians, and what it’s like to be an introvert at a party.

by David Reitenbach and Christoph Rauscher

Ein Blick ins Foyer auf der TYPO 2017 © Norman Posselt (Monotype)

Was wir auf der #typo17 gelernt haben

Schon zwei Wochen ohne TYPO Berlin … Was bleibt? Ein vollgeschriebenes Notizbuch, die ein oder andere Visitenkarte, jede Menge neue Impulse – und viele kleine, überraschende Fakten, die wir hier noch einmal Revue passieren lassen.

von Nina Sieverding

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