Tag: Dalton Maag

There are 9 posts filed with the tag 'Dalton Maag'.

  • Kashmiri Arabic script – questions, questions…

    Bruno Maag,

    We are now putting the two complex scripts Hebrew and Arabic together. Although the basic design of the Arabic was finalised some months ago we have been doing a lot of background work investigating language support, and thus defining a glyph set. This work has led us to have aprox. another 1,000 glyphs in the font supporting languages such as Kashmiri. Our designer Jonathan Pierini currently has the task (some would say unfortunate) of compiling the various glyphs and their diacritics. Whilst doing this we have come across a few situations which we hope someone from the Ubuntu community can help us with…

  • Of hinting and tables

    Bruno Maag,

    I hope regular readers of the design blogs don’t think that we have abandoned our programme of telling you all…

  • A space odyssey

    Bruno Maag,

    Time flies and it’s already time for our next blog entry on the design of the Ubuntu font suite. Below…

  • Intial Hebrew trials

    Bruno Maag,

    The Ubuntu project is going full speed. We have started intial work on the Hebrew and would like to share…

  • A true italic

    Iain Farrell,

    In this latest post from Dalton Maag Lukas Paltram updates us on the development thinking that went into the italics in the new Ubuntu font family.

  • The first milestone

    Iain Farrell,

    As work on the font continues we thought it would be good to get some insight from the people working on developing it. In the first of these posts, Bruno Maag explains where the team are and what’s coming.

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