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TDC Workshop : Easy Font Design for Non-Type Designers

Go beyond choosing fonts from the type menu. Create your own personalized typefaces (with typographer extraordinaire, Matteo Bologna)!

TDC Workshop: Adobe InDesign: Typographic Fundamentals

Master typography in Adobe InDesign! Learn to understand and appreciate the many typographic tools in InDesign that enable you to set professional looking type. Taught by InDesign maven, Scott Citron.

TDC Workshop: Web Design for Print Designers: Typography Basics Using CSS

Web designer extraordinaire, Brian Miller, will be conducting a one-day workshop in web design for print designers using CSS (11 March 2011). For a full description, click here.

April at the Type Directors Club

Type Salon with Scott Stowell SCOTT STOWELL Thursday | April 15th | 6pm to 8pm More information coming soon. Scott Stowell, Open Email the TDC at or call 1-212-633-8943 to reserve your spot today! TDC members: freeNon-members: $20Students: $15 This salon will be held at the Type Directors Club at 347 W. 36th St, […]

March at the Type Directors Club

March 18th: Type Salon: Cooking with Type DOUGLAS RICCARDI Thursday | March 18th | 6pm to 8pm Douglas Riccardi will speak about his cookbook work for Mario Batali and give an survey of cookbook design and typography through the years: discovering trends, uncovering the roots of conventions, and perhaps even discovering new possibilities. Riccardi has […]

Think Future Panel Two: From Book to E-Book: Aesthetics, Design, and the Digital

Publisher’s Weekly is holding a panel discussion about Books, E-books, and Design tomorrow morning at Random House. Panelists include Matteo Bologna (Mucca Design); Andrew Hughes (Knopf); and me (Charles Nix). The moderator is PW’s Mark Rotella. For more information, click here.

February at the Type Directors Club

Workshops/Classes Kalligraphos: Experimental Calligraphy Yomar Augusto Fri: 26 Feb; 8:30am to Sat: 27 Feb; 6:00pm Kalligraphos is a two-day, experimental-calligraphy workshop at the TDC. Kalligraphos takes people away from the computer screen to explore the art of drawing letters by hand–as a means of improving technique, focusing creative energy, and stimulating personal graphic research. >> […]