Metrisch is new sans serif typefamily of seven weights plus seven italics uprights in each weights. The typefaces designed based on traditional geometric construction that have been built with letter size wider, the x-heights taller and short descender that almost proportioned with the basic letter shape. With little details added like clean vertical cuts on the terminals and optimized sharp corners that makes this fonts smooth and refined looks. It was represents the flavor of the most common humanist typefaces style and grotesk feels.
The weights comes from extra light to extra bold suitable to make display appearance, and the book and medium weights also works well as small/medium text sizes to accompany your design, such as editorial fashion magazine, solid headline, websites heading, poster, advertising, logo, signage, etc
Also, Metrisch type-family fully loaded with OpenType features such as some stylistic alternates, case-sensitive forms, fractions, small capitals,and another most common numerals features such as super & subscript, tabular & oldstyle figures, numerator-denominator, and has more extended latin diacritics characters.
Download it here: http://myfonts.us/pSYz1p
Festivities at The Sydney Mint celebrating Ardbeg Day.
Today, we’re excited to announce improvements to the way Instagram for Android looks and feels.
Since first launching Instagram for Android in April of 2012, we’ve come to support thousands of different Android devices of all shapes and sizes. In taking time to polish our designs, we’ve worked…
Heard of the term “UHDTV” or “4K” lately? Don’t let the technical jargon overwhelm you. Old TVs have SD or Standard Definition resolution. Most common LCD/LED TVs ship with Full HD resolution. Televisions being introduced starting this year (on the high-end for now) will ship with UHD resolution.
WHY? Because it provides either a larger or more detailed picture, but color accuracy still depends on the manufacturer.
WHY JUST NOW? Increasing the resolution accompanies an increase in demand for processing power as well as energy consumption, not including all the bells and whistles companies normally add to TV sets (like gesture controls, etc.) to differentiate them from the competition or category. Also, the costs of producing the panels themselves have not yet stabilized, but companies are now studying alternatives to bring them to the masses by 2020 (remember when HDTVs became the norm in 2006? Me neither), so prices are really high.
CONTENT DELIVERY IS ALSO A PROBLEM. Are you ready to watch in horror as your HD movie, which looked pristine on your HDTV, suddenly looked jarringly pixelated on your new UHDTV? Just as HD movies consume gigabytes-upon-gigabytes of storage, UHD resolution demands even greater at 4 times more pixels. Willing to download a 30GB movie yet? Yeah, I know.
In any case, it’s coming, and unlike the marketing gimmick that is 3D, it’s probably here to stay. Maybe one of the reasons 3D failed to gain traction is that it required people to wear glasses, and the marketing department failed to assume the ordinary lazy person trying the watch a movie instead.
Last one, at one of the façades. As for the film, having great actors and a great story can take you miles. #CatchingFire (at SM Aura Premier)
In a matter of hours on Friday, Typhoon Haiyan completely devastated parts of the central Philippines. It was one of the strongest storms ever recorded. The death toll is estimated up to 10,000 with hundreds of thousands more displaced. The country has declared a “state of calamity.”
To all our…