Most of the pixel fonts are pixel-perfect at size 6, and look best at sizes that are multiples of six with no anti-aliasing. Exceptions are Dysin4mation (based in size 12) and Wizard's Manse (size 16).
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President Biden is expected to issue an executive order next week directing agencies across the government to study cryptocurrencies and a central bank digital currency (CBDC), and come up with a government-wide strategy to regulate digital assets.
The order will also look at measures to protect consumers, investors and businesses. Treasury in consultation with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Commodities Futures and Trading Commission and federal banking agencies will be in charge of developing that report to the president on how to protect against risks to cryptocurrencies.
The government will also look at coordinating with other countries around the world to standardize rules for crypto. The State Department, Treasury, Commerce Department and USAID will work to create a framework for interagency international engagement with foreign counterparts in an international forum to enhance the adoption of digital assets and standardize rules.
NaN studio wrote a Python script for producing wild digital grunge fonts. They used Rubik as an example and made the results, as well as the program, freely available. Easy to master, change, or feed the script any typeface you fancy, license permitting ?.
The BA graphic design programme at Yale School of Arts has a half-year elective course of type design. In autumn semester, the course is curated by Tobias Frere-Jones, with additional critique provided by Matthew Carter. The task is usual: designing a viable font, based on a historic specimen. Ten works made during the autumn semesters were published on a showcase website, and this is a great example of what can be done with no prior experience and under a tight deadline.
Fonts In Use website collects and catalogues the examples of fonts in use, from the ancient to the most contemporary ones, often combined with a detailed account on the typeface and the item where this typeface is used. In December the project turned ten years, and its founder told about the present and future state of the site and their plans.
Vera Evstafieva is a type designer, calligrapher and teacher. She is a graduate of the Moscow State University of Printing Arts, working under Alexander Tarbeev, and she has a MA degree in type design from the Type & Media program at the Royal Academy of Art in the Hague (2004). She has worked with Typotheque, in the Hague, and has taught calligraphy and type design at the British Higher School of Art and Design in Moscow. For several years she worked as a type designer at the Art. Lebedev Studio. Vera established her own design studio, Infonta, in 2010, while continuing to work as a freelance type designer, calligrapher and teacher. She was a winner in the international type-design competition Modern Cyrillic 2014 and TDC² 2011.
Adam Katyi is a type and graphic designer, teacher. He studied at the Royal Academy of Art TypeMedia course, his final project was Westeinde, a typeface with optical sizes, in 2013. In 2014 Adam founded his own type foundry, Hungarumlaut. Between 2015 and 2016 he worked for Miles Newlyn at Newlyn Ltd, as a part time font-engineer and typedesigner. Adam is a returning teacher in the Moholy-Nagy Art and Design University since 2014. His style is concrete and clean. Adam avoids the equivocation and unnecessary things. His favourite software is RoboFont.
Anna is a San Francisco-based multidisciplinary designer and art direсtor. She studied at the British Higher School of Art and Design in Moscow (2013), Digital Art and Design. Firstly, designing fonts was a hobby of hers, but eventually she dug deeper and got into the field. She currently works as a lead designer and art director for startups. Her work has been honored at D&AD and awwwards.\nTypefaces by Anna Seslavinskaya: Health Goth, Sanity, Sangha, Sangha Kali, the Latin version of Twelkmeyer.
From 2011 to 2013, Nils worked at Bureau ErlerSkibbeToensmann in Hamburg. There he participated in the redesign of the German daily Süddeutsche Zeitung, contributing to its new corporate typeface. Nils focused on the text-face and the additional headline serif-face.\nIn 2013 Nils started his own business, Nils Types, where he focussed on drawing and selling typefaces and where he began working with a variety of clients on custom type projects. His sans serif workhorse Conto became a MyFonts Bestseller and in 2015 Nils drew an exclusive handmade font for the Lufthansa Magazine redesign by Gruner+Jahr.
Denis is a font and graphic designer working in Minsk. His interest in type design stems from the development of logotypes: every logo greatly affected the look of fonts, all being display. He released the first retail typeface in 2011. Among his typefaces are Appetite Pro, Bouquet, Canapa, Displace 2.0, Epos, Rozza, and others.
Daria Zorkina is a graphic and type designer based in Moscow. She had graduated from British Higher School of Art and Design in 2009 and a couple of years later took a Typeface design course supervised by Ilya Ruderman. In 2017-18 was an intern at CSTM fonts type foundry. Daria is an enthusiastic calligrapher. To find fresh design solutions she combines her understanding of the writing process with technological approach. Her scope of interests also includes linguistics and foreign languages, which feeds her experiments with non-Latin writing systems, such as Arabic and Greek.\nDaria is using her experience to develop logos, lettering and design murals.
Blaze Type (BLZT) is a Lyon-based type design foundry founded by Matthieu Salvaggio in 2016. The studio produces fonts and typeface families which they distribute from their website and creates custom typefaces for clients with a focus on the functionality and with large symbol sets, supporting many languages and covering lots of alternates and ligatures.
PizzaTypefaces is an enterprise of Adrien Midzic and Luc Borho, founded in 2018. The two got acquainted as teenagers, living in Southern France, both passionate about graffiti and drawing letters. After graduating from art school, Adrien and Luc moved to Paris and decided to release retail fonts under a shared brand. PizzaTypefaces has released 10 varied and flavor retail typefaces for all environments to date. They bake bespoke typefaces and brand solutions including logotype and overall visual identities.
NaumType is an independent Russian type foundry founded by Peter Bushuev in 2018. Specializes in experimental, display type, although the more versatile, text fonts are also present in the catalogue. Ever-passionate about exploring and expanding the aesthetic limits of type.
Elena Schneider is an independent type designer from Germany. She lives with her family in Húsavík, Iceland. After studying visual communication in the university of applied sciences in Dortmund, she co-founded the design studio Radau. Her fascination with typography and letterforms led her to move to Reading GBR and her MA in type design. Elena designs logos, retail and custom fonts. She is a visiting lecturer at HBKSaar and LHÍ Reykjavík, and a mentor at Alphabettes, a network to support and promote women in the type industry.
Toshi is a typeface designer based in London. He graduated from Visual Communication Design course at Musashino Art University in Tokyo in 2008 and MA Typeface design at University of Reading in UK in 2011. After 8 years at Monotype, he went independent in 2020. He is the author of Arcade Game Typography, the specimen book of retro video game fonts.
Сzech type designer and a proud father of one. Founder of Superior Type, a type design studio based in Prague. From 2008 till today, he designed more than 20 retail and custom fonts. As an art director, Vojtěch also participated in the creation of several visual identities. Last but not least, he is the creator of the art project Superior Objects, which transforms one of his fonts into a porcelain sculpture. His fonts have won several international awards such as European Design Awards, Communication Arts, or Joseph Binder Award.
Superior Type is an independent type design studio based in Prague, Czech Republic. The main objective is to create original, innovative retail fonts combining style and functionality. At the same time, the studio develops custom fonts for branding and visual identities.
The longer you use Siri and Dictation, the better they understand you and improve. To help Siri and Dictation recognize your pronunciation and provide better responses, certain information such as names of your contacts or music, books, and podcasts you enjoy is sent to Apple servers using encrypted protocols. Siri and Dictation do not associate this information with your Apple ID, but rather with a random, device-generated identifier. You can reset that identifier at any time by turning Siri and Dictation off and back on, effectively restarting your relationship with them. When you turn Siri and Dictation off, your Siri data associated with the Siri identifier is deleted. The learning process starts over when you turn Siri back on. On-device dictation helps protect your privacy further by performing all processing completely offline.
In iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 or later, HomeKit Secure Video ensures that activity detected by your security cameras is analyzed and encrypted by your Apple devices at home before being securely stored in iCloud.
where 14 is the font size in points. But the constructor only accept an integer, which I find odd when the font size is specified in points and not pixel. Is there a way to specify font size as a non integer value. (It is a ttf font, if that matter). 2b1af7f3a8