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What Screens Want webpage

Contributed by Studio Het Mes on Jan 15th, 2014. Artwork published in .
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    Source: http://frankchimero.com Copyright © 2013, Frank Chimero and respective owners of referenced works. License: All Rights Reserved.

    What Screens Want — Some thoughts on digital canvases by Frank Chimero.

    This site is an interpretation of my talk from Build, 2013. This website is typeset in Klim Foundry’s Tiempos Text. Thanks to its designer Kris Sowersby for the aire of intelligence. Large interstitial type is set in Lato. — frankchimero.com

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    3 Comments on “What Screens Want webpage”

    1. Jan 15th, 2014  3:24 pm

      Absolutely brilliant essay… the amount of work that went into it… I take my hat off to the guy.

    2. Matt Steel says:
      Jan 15th, 2014  5:36 pm

      A beautiful site and a great read. I noticed there’s also bit of Klim’s Calibre in one or two of the graphics.

    3. Jan 15th, 2014  9:31 pm

      Thanks, Matt. Added Calibre.

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