Posts Tagged ‘fonts’

Published on February 11, 2011

The Right Type?

As recent posts may have suggested, we’ve been thinking a lot about fonts lately here in the Stockdale Martin office. Having last month read and thoroughly enjoyed Simon Garfield’s Just My Type, we this week stumbled across a report published late last year that extolled the benefits of a more complicated typeface*. The study, conducted […]

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Published on January 27, 2011

New Fonts For All!

The design team are delighted to unveil their latest purchase: the Adobe Font Folio collection of fonts. Featuring over 2,300 fonts in the latest Open Type format, the collection will help them expand their creative repertoire beyond the standard norms available to most desktop publishers. It’s a huge collection containing some of the all-time classic […]

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Published on November 18, 2010

Two space or not two space, that is the question (by André)

Anyone who has worked in a design studio is only too aware of the clash between designers and typists over whether or not to use a double space after punctuation. In an effort to promote world peace and office harmony I will attempt to explain the history of and reasons behind the debate and perhaps […]

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