A free font based on the historical eye charts and optotypes used by opticians world wide.via
Typography is a world fascinating me in the last 6/7 years. This Sans Forgetica project is another example of this ‘magic’ at work.
How else would you define a “font designed using the principles of cognitive psychology to help you to better remember your study notes.” ???
OK, I know … today’s Easter Monday and the sun shines and the weather is fantastic (at least here). Perfect day for going out and have a wonderful offline time. But if you’re not in such position – or mood – and want to relax at home reading something, here are my ‘classic’ five link list of posts worth a mention…
- IBM’s Quest To Design The “New Helvetica”
- Why IBM Created Its Own Typeface After A Century Without One
- Researchers can determine what smartphone a photo was taken on by analyzing it
- Why millennials are facing the scariest financial future of any generation since the Great Depression.
- Firefox is on a slippery slope
As opposed to the common belief that creativity is a talent, I think creativity is a skill. And the more you practice it, the more creative you are.
Insightful quote from the 100 Days of Lettering
- Is the Silicon Valley Dynasty Coming to an End?
- 6 Rules To Live By When You Work In An Office But Have Remote Team Members
- Your Body Text Is Too Small – why website body text should be bigger, and ways to optimize it;
- How to not suck at design, a 5 minute guide for the non-designer.
- A Beautifully Illustrated Glossary Of Typographic Terms You Should Know
- DKNG’s Dan Kuhlken and Nathan Goldman: Why Staying Small is the Goal
- 2016 in Social Media
- Electron is Flash for the desktop – at last someone says it out loud!
- For programmers, the ultimate office perk is avoiding the office entirely