Tag Archives: David Jonathan Ross

New from Font Bureau: Input

Input is a new extensive type series designed for code and other texts less ordinary. David Jonathan Ross was looking for fonts better-suited to his programming needs: unambiguous letterforms, clear punctuation, large word spaces for fast skimming, and more options … Continue reading


Webtype in use: Northwestern University Knight Lab

The goal of Northwestern University Knight Lab is to “promote quality journalism on the internet … through new prototypes, projects, and services”. Their work involves a lot of writing about the development of these projects and blogging about the issues that … Continue reading


Trilby from Font Bureau

May we introduce our latest release Trilby, a jolly slab serif from Font Bureau by David Jonathan Ross. The distinctive, contemporary design tips its hat to the slightly unorthodox model of the reverse contrast slab serif, where — unlike typical typefaces — … Continue reading