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New fonts available at FontShop

Microsoft typography (+)   14/03/2010

Calibri, Constantia, Corbel, Cambria, Candara and Consolas are now available through FontShop.  (+)

Matthew and Luc get Inked

Microsoft typography (+)   09/06/2008

The May issue of French magazine Ink has a ‘system font’ theme and features an article by Matthew Carter on the design of Verdana, Georgia and Tahoma, as well as an interview with Lucas de Groot on Calibri. (+)

Vista gets an upgrade

Microsoft typography (+)   22/04/2008

The Vista fonts get an upgrade. No not Calibri, the Emigre Vista fonts by Xavier Dupré. And no the next version of Windows won't be called Emigre. (+)

CT fonts earn Mac Office kudos

Microsoft typography (+)   17/01/2008

Despite being designed for ClearType, our Calibri, Cambria and co. are winning over the Mac faithful including Daring Fireball and Pocket-lint, with their inclusion in Mac Office 2008. (+)

Tuesday blog round up

Microsoft typography (+)   08/01/2008

It’s official, that’s sir Spiekermann to you, honorary earl of British design. Erik also explains the attraction of rounded fonts (so that's why people like Calibri). More xerox ‘o’ hyspheria from Armin Vit and friends. And finally, we’ve been expecting (+)

O futuro da Calibri

design (+)   06/11/2007

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Vista Fonts

Jeff Milner dot Com (+)   02/10/2007

The new fonts included with Windows Vista are called Calibri, Cambria, Candara, Consolas, Constantia and Corbel, and even though you don’t have Vista you know you want them.These are the new and improved fully finished versions.Previews of all six fonts (+)

Windows Vista Fonts Now Available

Jeff Milner dot Com (+)   29/08/2007

Windows Vista (formerly code-named Longhorn) will have six new fonts included when it is released next year. The fonts are called Calibri, Cambria, Candara, Consolas, Constantia and Corbel and are available for download. Constantia is my favorite.(via tip (+)

Nuevas tipografías de Microsoft

Comunicación Corporativa (+)   28/08/2007

A través de sus respectivos blogs, Diego Lafuente y Jeff Milner ponen a disposición de sus lectores las nuevas tipografías que Microsoft incluye en el Windows Vista: Cambria y Constantia (con remates), y Calibri, Candara, Consolas y Corbel (sin rem (+)

(t) "Uso la Calibri, porque se puede leer mejor"

VisualMente (+)   02/07/2007

(Yaoltzin Botello, corresponsal en Alemania del diario mexicano Reforma)1) Usas frecuentemente? (Por qué?)Arial y Calibri, porque son las que se pueden leer mejor.2) Prefieres? (Por qué?)Las mismas que uso frecuentemente, y por las mismas razones. Aunqu (+)

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