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#Hilvetica Martin Lorenz: Don't care if the Logo is bad or good (bad). It worries me that politicians need Logos. http://buff.ly/1Or2ZYG
To many graphic design experts of both political stripes, Hillary Clinton’s new logo would be better off in the trash bin. The presumptive Democratic presidential frontrunner unveiled as her campaign logo a blue ‘H’ and a rightward-facing red arrow. It’s blanketed all over her website and sits at the top of her new Facebook...
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#Retro nadrosia: #ff → Heute vor 70 Jahren twittert große und kleine Ereignisse von heute vor 70 Jahren. So kann #Geschichtsvermittlung gehen.
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RT FontShop: We’ve a ticket to TYPO Berlin 2015 to giveaway. Find out how you can use our TryOut tool to win! ➻ http://buff.ly/1H2RA0H TYPO Berlin
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RT Creative Bloq: This typography book focuses on the A-holes of the font world: http://buff.ly/1NxBYrt http://buff.ly/1NxC42i
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RT Christoph Koeberlin: SpecimenDropper by new supergroup Philipp Acsany & Eigi: Automatically create multi-font InDesign specimens → http://buff.ly/1CwS0JQ
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1. Find what you love.
2. Don’t be a complainer.
3. Trust your intuition.
4. If an opportunity scares you, take it.
Tina Roth Eisenberg TYPO San Francisco 2012
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RT Tina Roth Eisenberg: Excited to be speaking at HOW Design in Chicago (http://buff.ly/1Nxelf9) and TYPO Berlin in Berlin (http://buff.ly/1Nxejnn) this coming May.
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#Daten Brand Perfect: Gareth Owen from ROAST looks at how big data can be used to understand consumers better: http://buff.ly/1E8pa6r
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Attending TYPO San Francisco? #Explore the town (if you can ;) Conference Director Meghan Arnold knows where: http://buff.ly/1NxFrWY #Guide
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#voting net magazine: You've just one week left to cast your vote in the 2015 net awards: http://buff.ly/1CHn0n8 http://buff.ly/1CHn0n9
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Nur noch ein paar Tickets …
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Die Fontblog-Redaktion nutzt den 1. April 2015 nicht zum Witzemachen, sondern zur Witzvermeidung … mit einem witzlosen Angebot, das aber 250 € spart.
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Community members of Brand Perfect are entitled to a special discount for #typo15. Check out http://buff.ly/1G7FYZJ (login required).
Brand Perfect aims to help brands keep pace with technological change and create seamless interactive experiences.
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TYPO conferences bring together the crème de la crème of international design for an inspirational event that transcends the restraints of a typical trade conference. Some 1,000 typographers, designers and communication professionals from all over the world get the opportunity to follow an eclectic and inspiring mix of talks by the most influential thinkers of these disciplines.

TYPO Berlin Conferences began 1995 with a strong focus on typography. It has now developed into a broader platform exploring graphic design, digital media, advertisement, technology,
culture, entertainment and business. 

From Ed Benguiat to Günter Gerhard Lange and Gerard Unger talking type; to Wim Crouwel, Tibor Kalman and Javier Mariscal speaking on design; to Ian Anderson, Neville Brody and David Carson exploring new visual languages: the list of speakers reads as a who’s who of the creative world.