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Adobe MAX 2018

Ferdinand Ulrich

Typographer and design researcher , p98a.berlin

Speaker Bio

Ferdinand Ulrich is a typographer, a type historian and an occasional type designer. He researches, writes and lectures on various typographic affairs and regularly teaches at universities (UdK Berlin, Halle, Potsdam). His research has been published in Eye magazine, Print, Parenthesis and in the Journal of the Printing Historical Society. Ferdinand studied visual communication at UdK Berlin and at Carnegie Mellon University and currently pursues a PhD at the University of Reading, researching the discourse of early digital type design technologies. With Erik Spiekermann he designs publications and explores the possibilities of post-digital letterpress printing at p98a.berlin.

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