Filming at Google for Monotype

MONOTYPE

Noto

For more than five years, hundreds of Monotype’s type designers, Google tech folk, linguists, anthropologists, historians, Buddhist monks and other specialists worked together on a quest to rid the internet of ‘tofu’ – the little blank squares that browsers throw up when they don’t have the characters to hand. The result of their labours is Noto – a family of typefaces designed to accommodate every language and script on earth. We flew to Silicon Valley to find out how it all came together…

To accompany the launch of Noto, the font foundry's biggest project to date, Sabine and Andy from Zetteler Films went to Google HQ to interview them about the project.

Team Credits

Sabine Zetteler

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  • Founder + Director
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Jodi Moss

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  • Senior PR Manager
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