The lecture I gave at the 33pt. symposium at the Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts is now online.
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Great lecture, really interesting to know the story behind some of your typefaces 🙂
Great lecture !! It rocks! by the way “Dortmund” is spelled with “d” at the end ( yes I am from Germany .. near Dortmund )
Thanks, Jens! (oops & thanks for correction)
Thanks Jos Buivenga for creating the Museo font! We use your font on our new website for exclusive event photography as a display font. Check it out here: http://www.leifhelm-eventfotografie.de
It was really nice to watch the story behind Museo during your lecture. We will put some credits on our website during the next days. Happy Easter from Dortmund 🙂
Thanks, Guido! Happy Easter to you too.
Thank you for sharing all those stories. I think we live in a great time where you feel you can almost touch the designer behind each font you use. I still love Calluna to death, in my opinion it goes well with just about anything, but one combo I find myself going back to is with Paragraphs’ Mentone.
I would like to ask one small favour of you – if you still have the original video file. Please please run it through the audacity noise filter to get rid of that nasty hum that is present throughout the entire video. It’s free and works really quickly.
Thanks again for sharing, very much appreciated.
Glad you like my story *and* Calluna. At this moment I’m working on Calluna Sans, hoping of course for a perfect combo 🙂
(I don’t have the original video file).
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Big thanks for the Fontin typeface ! It’s the best font to include in ePub for reading large portion of text on a small screen.
Great! You’re welcome.
The world needs more persons like U…
Someone who share his point of view/work with everybody.
Keep on rockin´