File:Latin Typeface Design Process Overview.pdf
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|DescriptionLatin Typeface Design Process Overview.pdf||
English: A process overview for the development of Latin typefaces.
|Source||Google Fonts via Design With FontForge pull request by Dave Crossland|
|Author||Dave Crossland, Eben Sorkin, Claus Eggers Sørensen, Pablo Impallari, Alexei Vanyashin, Dan Rhatigan, et alia|
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|Short title||Latin Typeface Design: Process Overview [PUBLIC]|
|Page size||921 x 1071 pts|
|Version of PDF format||1.4|