December, 2005

  • fontblog

    Interrobang?! — Interrobang!?

    One of the least heralded, but arguably most important new features of the new ClearType font collection is the support for a previously little used character—the interrobang. This character was developed in 1962 by Martin Speckter with the intention...
  • fontblog

    ClearType = Clear Mind

    In a previous post I talked about the ClearType improvement in word recognition . Lee Gugerty and Rick Tyrrell at Clemson University found that ClearType improves word recognition accuracy by 17%. One of the other studies in the same publication looked...
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