Focus on 'Typography for Children'
Typography Day will be held online for the fifteenth time on 18th and 19th of November 2022 hosted by IDC School of Design (IDC), Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay) with support from India Design Association (InDeAs) and Aksharaya.
The theme for this year's event is 'Typography for Children'
The event will feature workshops on Typography and Calligraphy followed by conference dedicated to 'Typography for Children'. The international conference will be devoted to addressing issues faced by type designers, type users and type educators. The conference includes presentations by invited keynote speakers, eminent academicians, industry professionals, research scholars and students. The event will also host an exhibition of selected posters from the Poster Design Competition.
The event is planned over two days:
Day 1 + 2: Workshops on Typography and Calligraphy + Conference focusing ‘Typography for Chidren’ + Exhibition of Typography Posters on Expressing Playfulness through Typography.
The Conference will focus on the following issues:
- Explorations and experimentation in Typography for Children
- Typography for Children in the context of Culture
- Typography in the process of Learning to Write and Read
- Typography for Children using Multilingual Scripts
- Typography for Children in Native (Indigenous) Scripts
- Typography for Children in Local Languages
- Research Activities in Typography for Children
Sub-themes for the conference:
- The conference focused on the following sub-themes:
Typography in education
Instructional Aid, Displays, Information Graphics
Mobile devices, Tablets, Web Typography
Signage, Installations, Graffiti or Street Art, Architecture Art, Architecture
Advertisements, Packaging, Retail, Product graphics, Fashion
Typography in Identity Programs
Logos, Signs, Branding, Shop and Vehicular Signs
Native Calligraphy, Culture and Typography, Indigenous scripts
Visual Literacy and Visual Ergonomics, Cognitive studies, Human Machine Interface, Reading experiences with respect to Typography
Television, Movie titling, Movie posters, Subtitling, Typography in motion