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Comic Sans was NOT designed as a typeface but as a solution to a problem with the often overlooked part of a computer program’s interface, the typeface used to communicate the message.
There was no intention to include the font in other applications other than those designed for children when I designed Comic Sans. The inspiration came at the shock of seeing Times New Roman used in an inappropriate way."
Discussion of No UI with readers and special guest Don Norman.
It sounds dumb. Marketing hype like 3D cameras and saving money on your car insurance.
But as needless, boring and...
Last week, we hosted the first of what we hope will be many meetups at Dribbble HQ in Salem, MA. Dribbblers from all over...