Digital technology: Type design enters the digital age

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BERLIN - The art of designing typeface has changed with the arrival of digital technology. A bustling network of designers is shaping the way we think and feel about fonts.

Think Times New Roman, Ariel, or Century Gothic. Beyond our basic understanding of the alphabets we use for word processing programs - or the ones we read in books, magazines or on street signage - there is a bustling network of font geeks who are literally shaping the way we think or feel about what lies beyond the letters.

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