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Section: About AIGA -
Determining staffing needs, interviewing, hiring, maintaining constructive relationships and firing—all while balancing creative and business goals and personalities—can be a struggle for design firms. Jessica Eve Goldfarb advises on how firms can attract and retain their greatest assets: their employees.
Section: Tools and Resources -
human resources, studio management
Matthew Carter, a typographer whose work is marked by a combination of expression and restraint, was one of four cofounders of Bitstream, a digital type foundry based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Bitstream was among the first of the independent font foundries. More than a decade later, Carter and Cherie Cone (also one of the Bitstream founders) left to start a smaller company called Carter Cone Type. Here Carter produced some of his finest works: the fonts Elephant, Mantinia, Sophia, Big Caslon, Alisal and Walker. In 1995, he was honored with an AIGA Medal.
Section: Inspiration -
type design, typography, AIGA Medal
Keep Off the Grass
Volume Inc., San Francisco
Cossette / Identica Branding & Design
Words – and Images – on Ed Fella
Posted by Michael Dooley
8 days ago from
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