This blog arises from a research framework on the interaction between variable typography and data collected by sensors. As a journal and communication channel, the results obtained will be published here.
Cities evolve rapidly towards the so-called Smart Cities, where the Internet of Things (IoT) and the hyper-connectivity of citizens shape new paradigms of coexistence and interaction. In this context, graphic design will play a crucial role, especially in relation to other disciplines such as data visualization and interaction design. Experiences with interfaces can be much more significant with the use of variable typographies, whose potential lies in turning typography into something alive that adapts to the environment that surrounds it. This research presents a model that lays the groundwork for semantic use of variable typographies in graphical interfaces, establishing a relationship between the typography itself and the data collected by different sensors.
Info about the author
My name is Ivan Huelves Illas. Huelves develops his professional career as an accredited teacher, by the Master’s Degree in Teacher Training, in the field of graphic design, interactivity and new technologies at the Escuela Superior de Diseño de Madrid. He combines his lectures with a line of research into interactive typography under a PhD program in Design at Universidad Complutense de Madrid and his professional activity as a freelance graphic designer. Enthusiast of typography, new digital technologies and bike trips. You can contact me at hi[at]sensorvariablefont[dot]com