A font is a work of art. Many designers think so, but we will talk not about the industry as a whole but about a specific font which is of interest for art lovers. It has all that is necessary: a beautiful creation story, aesthetics, and line flow. The Italian font designer Antonio Pace created the font for the Capelli Identity Design studio, and TypeType transformed their creation into a functional work instrument.
Technical work on a new typeface by third-party designers always arouses professional curiosity. Especially when it comes to working with fonts for brands with a world-famous history.
Olivetti is an Italian company whose name inspired admiration and respect in the 20th century, especially among journalists and writers.
How often have you come across hidden kitties and puppies right in the letters? If never, do hurry to read this case.
TypeType received a font customization request from True Digital Ltd, a marketing agency from Great Britain. The company emphasizes a sincere and involved approach to brand promotion. They wanted to underline their concept by adapting a font to their corporate style.
Today we will share a fascinating story of creating a font family to set logos for one of the largest brands. We promise you won’t be bored: in this story, you will have the chance to have a look at all stages of the work and will learn more about font creation.
The TypeType team was approached by the Spanish telecommunications company Telefonica with a request to customize the TT Hoves font. Telefonica is one of the largest raditional and mobile phone companies in the world.
Monospace, a branding agency from Germany, creates corporate identities and designs for projects. The company believes that through design it is possible to create a brand though which customer interactions will be enjoyable and long-term.
In this article we will tell and show how we created the corporate font for the Red Collar digital agency.
PluralSight has asked TypeType for trial versions of the TT Commons Classic and TT Interphases fonts to choose a suitable one. They were attracted by TT Commons Classic, but the non-standard size of glyphs made the font unsuitable for several directions.
The German marketing analytics platform Adjust has addressed TypeType with a request to customize the TT Norms® Pro font. Adjust provides services for company development all around the world.