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I am looking for professional one for hinting web font. (Paid job) Anyone around ??
I've been designing a Mono-line Tuscan version of Aldine Expanded.
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I've done my drawings and I've run into some technical hurdles beyond my knowledge. If I can guess correctly, I have some horrible hinting nightmares ahead of me. I want to believe I don't. The image below is what it looks like at post script size 72 pt.
In light of yesterday's unveiling of its Macbook Pro (with Retina Display), seems like good time to restart this question:
What do you see as the future of TrueType hinting? The short-term value is obvious. I get it. I'm with you.
But when breaking out the checkbook, how do we measure the value of hinting in the context of improving rasterizers, iOS's limited appetite for hinting, screen resolution, etc.?
This is an honest question, not a statement. It's a wonderful, daunting, inspiring, confusing time of possibilities and pitfalls.
Love to read some thoughts on this, in light of Apple's news. Many thanks.
I am wrapping up a family and don't want to rely on auto hinting. I'm looking for good resources to learn how to hint or to have someone hint for me. Tips and tricks are welcome suggestions too. I found a few companies to bid on hinting but I haven't heard back from them and have a feeling that they will come in high. You can see a few progress shots at my blog if you are interested.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Now that Flash gets another jolt http://blog.digitalbackcountry.com/2010/09/rims-playbook-and-adobe-air/ , what sort of antialising/rasterizer are we dealing with when font is used on Adobe AIR?