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Project title
Project description
Client / Customer
Year
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Dynamik
Graduation project
Forsberg
2019.05

We studied typography in motion to try and understand the relationship between kinetics and written information. The thesis was originially that our world is in a constant change of movement, transformatino and change – but most of our designs are visualized in very static and strict design environments. The process today offer efficiency and precision – but what about real world performance?

When viewing typography through a functional perspective, we quickly realized that typography is very fragile and much of its functionality is lost concerningly quickly when under the effect of various motions. Immediately there were insights ot be gathered, and we understood that there are things you can do in order to increase motion performance in type. For instance, the relationship between high velocities, stem width and kerning appeared very constant.

Team: Emil Rosenberg

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Typewriter
Dynamic web exploration
Dynamik
2019.05

We built a speed type machine to convey our message for our typeface's most important function and structure. Based on how fast you type, the weight of the text is formatted for better readability in speed. This experiment was part of our degree exhibition at the Stockholm City Museum 2019.

Team: Emil Rosenberg

Test the Typewriter
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Speed Distortions
Dynamic web exploration
Dynamik
2019.05

For our graduation exhibition at Stockholm Stadsmueseum (2019), we wanted to show the function on our font that is built to work better in speed. Therefore, we created an experiment where you could integrate with the mouse to control the speed of the text on the screen.

Team: Emil Rosenberg

Speed Distortions
05
Recycled knowledge
Storefront concept
Rönnells Antikvariat
2018

For our graduation exhibition at Stockholm Stadsmueseum (2019), we wanted to show the function on our font that is built to work better in speed. Therefore, we created an experiment where you could integrate with the mouse to control the speed of the text on the screen.

Team: Emil Rosenberg

Speed Distortions