Monotype Imaging is a leading provider of advanced font products specializing in font technologies, type design, multilingual font development & licensing and software development for mobile phones. The Monotype Imaging team is renowned for its TrueType and OpenType font expertise, and can tune fonts for on-screen legibility in Microsoft Windows as well as Digital TV, Set Top Boxes, Mobile Phones, Game Consoles, Embedded Systems, Consumer Electronics and other devices.
Ascender is pleased to announce another weight of the Droid font family. We have completed work on a "Pro" version of Droid Sans Mono Bold font containing OpenType features such as old style figures and a slashed zero. Droid Sans Pro Mono Bold font can be instantly downloaded from AscenderFonts.com
Labels: Droid fonts
Type designers have a variety of tools they can use to create a font. Pencil/pen/brush and paper, or a desktop computer with font design tools are commonplace.
But what about using a car?
Here is an innovative promotion from Toyota in which they were able to digitize the paths driven by a stunt car driver to create letterforms and combine them into a digital font. You can read the story in Gizmodo
Labels: Toyota font
site is getting a major upgrade in the next few weeks, including the ability for designers to purchase web fonts licenses for fonts in the EOT Lite format. You can read the press release here: http://www.ascendercorp.com/pr/2009-07-15/
Labels: EOT Lite, web fonts license