The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Helvetica Gets a Challenger

    It’s not every typeface that spawns odes in print and on film. The mighty Helvetica was never meant to be so ubiquitous, and now designers who spend their careers obsessing about such things have revived the 30-year-old Neue Hass Unica, Unica was originally designed for typesetting but got lost in the early days of the computer age. The differences might seem virtually microscopic, measuring in millimeters (or less). But those tiny changes make the letters more legible on digital media. Your eyes will thank you.


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