Resources

This page assembles materials that may be of relevance and interest to designers engaging with multi-script design projects. It features material developed for my teaching, and other items specifically made for publication here. Furthermore, it provides a text archive of articles that have been published elsewhere, which I try to make accessible here whenever I can.

Arabic type design

Literature list

I’ve put this list together for my various students. It’s an introductory collection of a range of different materials on various subjects. It’s loosely...

Arabic typefaces worth studying

Gerry Leonidas asked me to put together a list of Arabic typefaces which I found of particular relevance for students who seek key examples...

Academic writing

During my studies I have written some texts that may still hold some interest and relevance for current students and anyone interested in the...

Skolar Sans Arabic

This text was first published on 15 November 2016 in a slightly modified version on Rosetta’s website at the occasion of the launch of...

Bustani typeface review

First published on Typographica on May 9, 2016.   In Arabic type design, novelty rules. This is understandable given that for too long, little...

Literature list

I’ve put this list together for my various students. It’s an introductory collection of a range of different materials on various subjects. It’s loosely...

Arabic typefaces worth studying

Gerry Leonidas asked me to put together a list of Arabic typefaces which I found of particular relevance for students who seek key examples...

Academic writing

During my studies I have written some texts that may still hold some interest and relevance for current students and anyone interested in the...

Text archive

Skolar Sans Arabic

This text was first published on 15 November 2016 in a slightly modified version on Rosetta’s website at the occasion of the launch of...

Bustani typeface review

First published on Typographica on May 9, 2016.   In Arabic type design, novelty rules. This is understandable given that for too long, little...