Typefaces used on Noah Anninger Photography
About Rui Abreu
Rui Abreu is a Portuguese type and graphic designer. He studied Graphic Design at FBAUP (Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto), where he graduated in 2003. In parallel with his interactive media designer job, Rui Abreu has been working on commercial fonts since 2006.
About this font
FacitWeb evolved out of Facit, and was redesigned specifically for screen display. Compared to the original design, the x-height was increased and the descenders shortened. The bold version in particular is somewhat lighter and wider – the increased counters aid legibility particularly on screen. All fonts are manually hinted, making FacitWeb a real workhorse and a strong candidate as a more refined replacement of Verdana.
About Just Another Foundry
Founded in 2004, Just Another Foundry is operated by Tim Ahrens and Shoko Mugikura – a type designer and a typographer, respectively. We design and produce fonts for print and screen.
About this font
Jubilat explores the history of the slab serif, with generous curves and efficient spacing in both dimensions. Its large lowercase and high contrast make it suitable for headlines, decks, and sidebars.
About Darden Studio
The Darden Studio produces and publishes the typeface designs of Joshua Darden and his collaborators. Housed in a former telephone switching station in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York, we create new typefaces and lettering for publications, institutions, corporate brands and private clients. Working closely with our clients, we pursue typography that is the result of earnest inquiry, appropriate for current editorial standards and technology, and rooted in the values and practices of five centuries of typefounding.
About this font
The inscription on the base of the Trajan column in Rome is an example of classic Roman letterforms, which reached their peak of refinement in the first century A.D. It is believed that the letters were first written with a brush, then carved into the stone. These forms provided the basis for this Adobe Originals typeface designed by Carol Twombly in 1989. Trajan is an elegant typeface well-suited for display work. In Trajan Pro 3, Greek and Cyrillic have been added, as well as four new weights (two lighter than the original offering, and two heavier). The extended family now provides users with a range of six weights that vary in personality and function.
About Adobe Originals
The Adobe Originals program started in 1989 as an in-house type foundry at Adobe, brought together to create original typefaces of exemplary design quality, technical fidelity, and aesthetic longevity. Today the Type team’s mission is to conduct original research and development for type at Adobe, making sophisticated and even experimental typefaces that explore the possibilities of design and technology. Typefaces released as Adobe Originals — fully-featured families and smaller “Concept” projects alike — are the result of years of work and study, regarded as industry standards for the ambition and quality of their development.