Designed by Kosuke Takahashi, the typeface combines Braille with existing alphabet characters.
It is thus able to communicate to sighted and blind people equally. Plus, the characters include both English and Japanese character sets.
It calls to mind a quote from Edward De Bono’s book ‘Serious Creativity’ — “Any valuable creative idea must always be logical in hindsight”.
This typeface qualifies, don’t you think?
It’s almost worth planning a trip to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, to see it in real life. Who’s with us?
The newly-opened Cyril Callister museum in the small Victorian town of Beaufort commemorates the inventor of Vegemite.
When we asked 27 regular punters to name iconic Australian retail brands, we were shocked by the result.
This one simple thing can set your brand apart from 99% of your competitors
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A recent episode of HBO’s Succession features a cringe-inducing scene for designers.
Whether you’re a fan of Parks and Recreation, a Marvel nerd or just someone who likes floating Elmos, here’s a few television/movie-related Zoom virtual backgrounds to brighten up your work calls.
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