What’s in a (Yale) Typeface? Paul Needham Yale Daily News April 15, 2008
“Type is experiencing something of a renaissance these days. With the rise of personal computing, hundreds of typographical choices are constantly available to even the most casual of users. But there is no avoiding Matthew Carter’s work. Carter is among the most prominent typeface designers in the world – notably responsible for the ubiquitous Microsoft-commissioned mainstays Georgia and Verdana as well as Miller, the News’ typeface of choice.
“For Yale, he designed a typeface called, ﬁttingly, Yale.”
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