A Designer’s Salon: Typography
Today is a lively conversation about digital typography, variable fonts, accessibility and digital democracy featuring Irin Kim, visual designer in the Material team at Google and Eli Heuer, a software developer and advocate for libre design software and culture.

This program is kindly supported by Google.

Irin Kim is a visual designer in the Material team at Google, based in NYC, with a focus on design systems, visual identities, and UX/UI projects. At Google she has contributed to the Material Design guidelines (material.io), the SPAN design and technology conference (design.google/library/span), and Google Fonts (fonts.google.com). Last year she led a project to add more Korean fonts to the Google Fonts library, and to showcase them she commissioned a website from local design studio Math Practice (googlefonts.github.io/korean)

Eli Heuer is a libre software developer and typographer who has worked with Jacobin Magazine, Google Fonts, and the TruFont project. He blogs at https://elih.blog.
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