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What is the first computerized typeface?
Digi-Grotesk S is the “first digital typeface” according to Paul Shaw. Marconi is the "ﬁrst original typeface to be produced with the Ikarus computer-aided design and digitization system".
Digi-Grotesk S may have been the first digital typeface, but computerized typesetting predates it by a couple of decades...
Ahh, you're right, Nick. I thought he was asking which was the first typeface designed on a computer.
whoa. you all so smart