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2020
2020

Black and White Pandemic 

2020

In the VIP

Twenty Shades of Slim

2020

Desperately Seeking Revenue

Goggle This!

iOS 13

Strictly come Dancing

2019
2019

Ring Them Bells

300+ Posters

Bobst Who?

Letters Must Not Distract Drivers

Waldorf Astoria

2019

Lineto 3.0

2019

The Right to Be Forgotten

Lock, Stock and Barrel

Lining Up for Libra

2018
2018

The Eurostile Revival Starts Right Here

2018
2018

NYSE: SPOT IPO

2017
2017

Shapes to be Remembered

No More Geometric Sans Serifs!

2017

Expanding the Meaning of ‘Non-Latin’

The Tyranny of Greece over Germany

2017

TATE ETC. ETC. ETC.

2016
2016

Coast to Coast (RI from Chicago)

Un-Doing a Re-Design

2016

How Could We Lose that Election?

2016

Hordes of Type Designers in the Making

Tate Modern is Ready for a Female Director

Some Revenues and Pitfalls of Glocalisation

2015
2015

Swiss Watches (and a Typeface) for the World

Bringing Subtitles to the Forefront

2015
2015
2014
2014

An Old German Typeface Meets Arab Modernism

2014

Make the Alphabet Great Again

Billions of Circular b’s to Come

Belated Showcase for Lineto’s First Ever Non-Latin Typeface that Never Was

50 Shades Of LL Grey in 20 Copies

2014

Cash In, Sell Out, Fuck Off

2013
2013

Typesetting Type History

2013

Swiss Prismaset Awards

2013

Linotype Company Name Disappears

When Designers Become Programmers

Basel Now Has a Cutting-Edge Foundry, Too

2012
2012

Institutional Practise

Grand Opening in a Small City

2012

Re-Activating Team’77

An Italian Journey

Early Signs of LL Riforma are Spotted

2012

Monotype Grabs Platform for Independent Type Designers

2011
2011

Re-Discovering Tratex

The One Early Grotesk Picked by an Early Jan Tschichold

2011

No Irony Intended Here

There’s Work to be Done

2011

From Design to Wine

2010
2010

 

2010

LL Brown Goes Online

2010

Put it on da Insta

From Now on a Website Can Almost Look Like a Printed Page

This One’s for the Kids

2009
2009

Black Hole Sun over Zurich

Writings on the Wall

2009

Navigating an Independent Foundry Between @font-face, Typekit and WOFF

2009

CSS3 and Typekit Further Advance the Use of Web Fonts

Where is Print Media Headed?

A New Foundry in Lucerne, Switzerland

2008
2008

Elektrosmog Conquers Leipzig

2008

The Year’s Smartest Font

Circular Thinking

Travelling with Gulliver

2008

The (Un-)Expected Return of @font-face

2007
2007

A German-Israeli Designer Couple from New York Moves to Ascona, Switzerland

Windlin Succeeds Rappo

2007

Who Could Have Identified This on the Spot?

Vienna Brings LL Akkurat To Kassel

Is It Time for a New Roman Yet?

The Race for the New Geometric Sans Serif Has Opened

2007

Small Screens Make Online Content Ubiquitous

Why 256 Glyphs Won’t Suffice Anymore

2006
2006

A Grotesk Threesome

2006

Collective Punch Out

Who Makes Fonts?

2006

MonoLinoType

Adobe and Linotype in Arabia

2005
2005

‘If Assholes Could Fly …’

And The Winner Is (Not) …

2005

Why Go Beyond Latin?

Lineto Starts Loving Unica

How to Determine the Colour of a Font

2005
2004
2004

From Tate to Henry

An In-house Successor

2004

First Ever Akkurat Book

When Attitudes Become Font

Lineto 2.0

The Fresh Prince of Chreis Foif

2004

This is Where the Digital Resurrection of Monotype Begins

Embedding Fonts in Flash to Bring Them onto the Web

The Center for Arabic Typography is Now in Amsterdam

2003
2003

Feeling Lucky in Sweden

Post-Colonial Type Souvenir

The Idea of Weather

2003

The Tricky Politics of Trans-Cultural Type-Design

Prisma is Set to Come Back

Where’s the Party At?

2003

‘Non-Latin’ Type Design Enters Academia

2002
2002

Hektor Does Vectors

Viewed from Milan, Lausanne Now Beats London

Unions of Sorts Start at Cooper

Room for Rent

2002

LL Numberplates Return to Motor Cars

2002

Theatrical Turmoil in Zurich

2001
2001

 

2001

Simplifying Air Traffic

2001
2000
2000

The Big Font Mash

Royal Graduates

A New Online Playground

2000

A Legal Issue For Beginners

A Piece of Swiss Coding Magic Leaves Artsy Americans Awestruck

2000
1999
1999

A Londoner explores Switzerland

The Real Art of Sweden

Zurich Vernacular Design

How Gentrification Came to Lucerne

A New Norm

1999

Starting Up

Gavillet & Windlin Type Design

1999

CSS2 Has Potentially Opened the Path for New Web Fonts, But …

1998
1998

Caught on the Fly

1998

Lineto Goes Online and is Incorporated

1998

FontLab for Mac Gives Birth to the Type Design Generation

Early ECAL Spin-Off

Swiss Federal Office for Beauty

1997
1997

Nonchalant Networking

Pronto Touches Ground in the Lofty Berlin Art Scene

1997
1997

Linotype is Now Officially a Library

1996
1996

What Mogadishu Stands For, Actually

1996

ECAL Students Get Free Copies of Latest Lineto Disks

1996

The ‘Font Wars’ are Over, Aren’t They?

First Web Fonts

1995
1995

Critical Feminist Leftist Queerish Art Theory

Big German Companies Start Asking for Websites

1995

More Lineto for FontFont

1995

The Internet, For Real

The Days of Fontographer Grow Numbered

Pierre Keller is Enthroned at ECAL

1994
1994

 

1994
1994

The Web Browser That Helps Make the Internet

1993
1993

Zurich Poster Boy

1993

It’s Lineto!

1993
1992
1992

 

1992
1992

An Illinois Tech Student Named Marc Andreessen

1991
1991

(Dis-)Information

Faces of the Moment

1991
1991

New Font Formats and Encoding

The One Digital Font Used in Almost Every Re-Designed Magazine

Future Former Capital

HTTP & HTML

1990
1990

Stephan Müller Becomes an Advocate (and Owner) of the Personal Computer

1990
1990

FontShop + Neville Brody = FontShop International

1989
1989

Packing Floppy Disks

Did Somebody Say DTP … ?

1989
1989

The Fall of the Berlin Wall is Preceded by the Foundation of FontShop

Haas Foundry Shut Down

1988
1988

 

1988
1988
1987
1987

London Calling

1987
1987

Linotype Adapts to the PostScript Age and is Taken Over by German Banks

1986
1986

Personal Computer Encounter

1986
1986

The Internet is Taking Shape

Fontographer, Using PostScript, Makes IKARUS Obsolete