For Dynamic Digital Typography:
"dynTypo is a collection of work and research by various designers,
programmers and artists interested in the possibilities of dynamic and
interactive typography in the multimedia arts scene. Much of this work
manifests itself as digital artwork, or online interactive experiences.
Hence the creation of this research web site. At this stage, the
possibilities of dynamic and/or interactive typography are still being
explored by academic, creative and commercial sectors, but there seems to be
a mutual understanding that this new form of creativity plays an important
role in exploring new areas of work and art."
This is a very interesting project and has collected a lot of work from very
different areas around digital Typography. It's a very vood starting point
and has a lot of collected resources.
Also, take a look at the links section on Typeforge.net:
This is a project I'm involved, and I believe this links section is a very
good place to start searching for web resources. It's still incomplete, but
it's worth the visit.
As for Books, these are three of the books I currently own. I believe these
are a very good resource to start exploring type in Time Based Media:
The Typographic Experiment (Hardcover)
by Teal Triggs
Type in Motion: Innovations in Digital Graphics (Paperback)
by Matt Woolman, Jeffrey Bellantoni
Moving Type (Paperback)
by Matt Woolman, Jeff Bellantoni
Hope this is helpful!
De: Discussion of Type and Typographic Design
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] Em nome de Kevin Duggan
Enviada: domingo, 4 de Fevereiro de 2007 2:37
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Assunto: Looking for type resources
I am taking a class called
Time Based media, a project we have
Create short animations that explore what constitutes visibility of, or
defines, a letterform. Explore ways to create changes in the degree of
definition over time
Anyone recomend any good books or web resources.