Typedesign Experts Share Their Knowledge 

Typedesign Experts Share Their Knowledge

Workshop at designforum Vienna

Author: Clara Weinreich

Have you ever wondered whether digital typography needs different rules than typesetting on paper? Or why some brands’ logotypes don’t really look convincing? These and many other questions will be answered in a jam-packed workshop with two respected type designers from the Monotype Studio.

On the fringes of the outstanding type exhibition Finding Forte (September 28th – October 26th, 2022) at designforum Wien, Monotype is inviting communications experts to the three-hour type design workshop Typedesign Experts Share Their Knowledge. On October 6th, starting at 4 p.m., up to 50 participants will learn everything about new trends in type design, what characterizes a good, contemporary typeface, and how a professional word mark is created.

The two-part event will begin with a presentation by Emilios Theofanous, Creative Type Director at Monotype, who will examine the current and future challenges in written communication: technology, aesthetics, values and globalization. This will be followed by an interactive logotype workshop with Friedrich Althausen, type designer at Monotype. He will talk with participants about consistency and form relationships, contrast, proportion and spacing. Afterwards, wordmarks will be designed on paper and then digitized using the best method.

Typedesign Experts Share Their Knowledge 
Type 3.0 & Logo Workshop

When?
October 6th, 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.
get-together afterwards

Where?
designforum
Quartier 21
MQ Museumsplatz 1
Vienna
Austria

Participation is free of charge. [CTA] Apply here for one of 50 places!

About Monotype
Monotype creates brands that matter with type, technology, and expertise. The company partners with leading foundries to deliver the broadest inventory of high-quality typefaces in the world. Further information

About Emilios Theofanous
Born in Cyprus, Monotype Creative Type Director Emilios Theofanous, has a soft spot for quality Greek and multilingual typography. Since joining Monotype, Emilios has worked on many custom typeface projects for clients across fashion, banking, retail and automotive sectors. More about Emilios

About Friedrich Althausen
Friedrich Althausen is a type designer based in Monotype’s Berlin office. After his studies at the Bauhaus University in Weimar, Friedrich worked as a freelance designer with a special interest in book typography and letter drawing. More about Friedrich

Typedesign Experts Share Their Knowledge