Emojis are dominating the visual language like a (smiley) virus. Their digital revolution -which many consider the hieroglyphics of the 21st century although they are not- wouldn't have happened without Hermann Zapf's Dingbats. But that's not the most interesting part in the story of these pixels which changed the visual language in an instant.
Typography is one of the core elements in setting apart a brand’s identity and geometric sans-serif fonts are dominating the visual language circa 2019, yet this is not something
Charles Nix, designer, typographer and educator for over 20 years at the Parsons School of Design and Chairman Emeritus of the board of the international organization dedicated to furthering typographic excellence
“Our world-view is generated by algorithms. Data is ever-present and all around us.