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ATypI Lisbon Presentations

John Hudson on August 29, 2006

ATypI Lisbon 2006 features a number of specialized presentation threads and forums this year, all included in the two tracks of the main conference programme.


THE BUSINESS OF TYPE
Carima El-Behairy, Moderator

Mathias Zimmer-Goertz : Fonts & intellectual property protection
The Business of Type panel discussion: Petra Weitz, Carima
El-Behairy, Tiffany Wardle, Veronika Elsner

THE TYPOGRAPHY OF THE JOURNEY
Maxim Zhukov, Moderator

Paul Stiff : Telling and showing everyday journeys
Julia Lila : A journey into the future
Erik Spiekermann : Travel typography
Massimo Vignelli : Signs and type

NEWSPAPERS AND TYPE
Mark Barratt, Moderator

Roger Black : Newspaper design in the Americas
Mark Porter : Redesigning the Guardian
Paul Barnes & Christian Schwartz : Does type design matter in newspapers?
Gerard Unger : The role of newspaper type in developing a unique voice
Newspaper Design panel discussion : Paul Barnes, Mark Barratt, Roger Black, Javier Errea, Mark Porter, Christian Schwartz, Gerard Unger

EDUCATION IN TYPE
Gerry Leonidas, Moderator

Mark Jamra : Multiple exposures
David Cabianca: Practicing theory
Peter Bain : Digital lettering
Jay Rutherford : The Digital Design Image Archive (DDIA)
Filip Blažek : Diacritics project
Mark Barratt & Gerry Leonidas : The new education forum

Details will be forthcoming for the BRAZILIAN DESIGN FORUM, now relocated (from the preceding Wednesday) and included during the main conference programme to enable more people to attend.

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