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Fontographer 5 User Manual By Fontlab Ltd.
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This is the user manual for Fontographer 5 for Macintosh.
Fontographer: Practical Font Design for Graphic Designers By David Bergsland
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Why do you want to use Fontographer? For the fun of it! When I received the opportunity to go back to my roots, and see what the new Fontographer was like, I was a little concerned. I had just spent... More > nine years painfully teaching myself to letterspace by hand, to write OpenType features, and to become accustomed to the tool set of FontLab. Don’t get me wrong, FontLab is a great program. There are still a few features of FontLab that, as a professional font designer, I cannot do without. But I was taken by surprise. Fontographer brought the fun back! It is still the same marvelous program with which I first learned to design fonts. The drawing interface is still clean, clear, and elegant. I still works the way I have learned to work over the past two decades of digital graphic design. I found pure joy in drawing again. Fontographer is a wonderful drawing experience. It has been a real joy to experience that fun again. After nearly a decade in FontLab, font design is fun again.< Less
Fontographer: Practical Font Design for Graphic Designers PDF By David Bergsland
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Why do you want to use Fontographer? For the fun of it! When I received the opportunity to go back to my roots, and see what the new Fontographer was like, I was a little concerned. I had just spent... More > nine years painfully teaching myself to letterspace by hand, to write OpenType features, and to become accustomed to the tool set of FontLab. Don’t get me wrong, FontLab is a great program. There are still a few features of FontLab that, as a professional font designer, I cannot do without. But I was taken by surprise. Fontographer brought the fun back! It is still the same marvelous program with which I first learned to design fonts. The drawing interface is still clean, clear, and elegant. I still works the way I have learned to work over the past two decades of digital graphic design. I found pure joy in drawing again. Fontographer is a wonderful drawing experience. It has been a real joy to experience that fun again. After nearly a decade in FontLab, font design is fun again.< Less
Fontographer: Practical Font Design for Graphic Designers By David Bergsland
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Why do you want to use Fontographer? For the fun of it! When I received the opportunity to go back to my roots, and see what the new Fontographer was like, I was a little concerned. I had just spent... More > nine years painfully teaching myself to letterspace by hand, to write OpenType features, and to become accustomed to the tool set of FontLab. Don’t get me wrong, FontLab is a great program. There are still a few features of FontLab that, as a professional font designer, I cannot do without. But I was taken by surprise. Fontographer brought the fun back! It is still the same marvelous program with which I first learned to design fonts. The drawing interface is still clean, clear, and elegant. It still works the way I have learned to work over the past two decades of digital graphic design. I found pleasure in drawing again. Fontographer is a wonderful drawing experience. It has been a real joy to experience that again. After nearly a decade in FontLab, font design is fun again.< Less
Font Design Field Guide By Stephen Nixon
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This is part of the product of a University of Minnesota UROP (Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program) Project. It intends to elucidate the process of going from sketches to a vectored, usable... More > font. Much of this book focuses on how to use Fontographer 5.1 software, though this guide also gives information on sketching, the design process, helpful books, and testing your font.< Less
Creating OpenType Fonts: Simplified By David Bergsland
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Here you'll find a simplified explanation of how to prepare and use an OpenType feature set. OpenType fonts can be immensely complex. However, most of us do not need or care about the super fancy... More > stuff. All we want is oldstyle figures, true small caps, and some pretty ligatures. That is easy to produce. You'll finally have fonts with the features you need for page layout in InDesign and the rest of the Creative Suite.< Less