Angelo Stitz


Type + Typography


info @ metatype . de
+49 (0)152 21 46 01 31 (GER)

Responsive Type: Can a typographical character respond to the context of its user?

2014

Visual language research—The publication “Responsive types–New ways of interaction between Type and Media” examines the potential of variable typographical characters in the age of new media. Primary focus was to reveal new functions how text can correspond in its letter shapes to a reader preferences. A range of experiments and prototypes demonstrate how e.g. reading experience, users movement, reading distance can improve legibility and the overall significance of text.

Research, Writing, Prototyping, Type design: Angelo StitzPrint: Engelhardt & Bauer, KarlsruheScreen printing: Eichner & Rombold GmbH, FellbachBinding: Buchbinderei Ernst
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Left page overlay of all vibrations. Right page overlay of all rotations.

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Apply rotation to the letter ‘g’.

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Apply vibration to the letter ‘g’.

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Genealogy of the movements of the letter ‘g’.

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Table of contents.

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Introduction of the term ‘Type’.

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Topology of ‘Responsive Type’.

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Straws used to define multiple versions of the letter ‘T’.

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Straws used to define multiple versions of the letter ‘Y’.

Press

Talk — 09.05.2015 “Responsive Type – Interaction of type with the urban space”, 21. Leipziger Typotage 2015, Leipzig

Group Exhibition — 04.09.–31.01.2016 “GLOBALE – Infosphäre”, ZKM – Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe

Talk — 08.10.2015 Angelo Stitz: Responsive Type - Introducing Self-Adjusting Graphic Characters. Cyberworlds, 07.-09. October 2015, Visby, Sweden

PublicationMatthias Wölfel, Angelo Stitz: Responsive Type - Introducing Self-Adjusting Graphic Characters. Cyberworlds, 07.-09. October 2015, Visby, Sweden, p. 298-305. DOI: 10.1109/CW.2015.50

Talk — 28.11.2015 Symposium “Dynamic Type – Bewegtschriftgestaltung”, btk – University of Art and Design, Berlin

Feature — 2015/12 “KUNSTFORUM – International, #237: GLOBALE Renaissance 2.0: Der Mensch als Möglichkeitswesen, p. 86

PublicationAngelo Stitz, Matthias Wölfel: Reagierende Schriftzeichen. In: Sarah Diefenbach, Niels Henze, Martin Pielot (Hrsg.): Mensch und Computer 2015 Tagungsband, Stuttgart: Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, 2015, ISBN 978-3-11-044334-9, p. 367-370.

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