24 February 2005
Joel Breckinridge has lived in Japan for 20 years and has worked for several Japanese printing companies, including a stint as product manager for Heidelberg Japan. He now works in Tokyo as a consultant and writer. After writing about Japanese fonts problems for over 8 years, he figures the release of SING will finally relieve him of that duty.
Time to switch tracks in the Japanese publishing market?
The final frontier for the Japanese desktop
A close-up of Apple’s MacOS X Japanese font, Joel Breckinridge
The Second Wave of Japanese Desktop Publishing
Joel Breckinridge takes an extended look at recent Japanese publishing trends
MacOS X Kanji fonts
Japanese support in MacOS X, fonts in OpenType format – with AAT tables
Joel Breckinridge takes a look at a type creation package specific to the Japanese market
Stroke font technology
Joel Breckinridge looks at a new font rendering technology
Type technology in Japan
As a preview to Seybold in Japan Joel Breckinridge looks at type in Japanese publishing