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How To Use Variable Fonts in Illustrator CC

Anthony Zubia, Art Director & Freelance Designer

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4 Videos (12m)
    • Intro

      0:48
    • Variable Fonts

      5:47
    • Examples

      4:45
    • Outro

      0:45

About This Class

Variable fonts are a new feature for Adobe Illustrator CC 2018. Learn how you can personalize a typeface through properties such as weight, width, slant, and optical size. 

The six Variable Fonts you can use now in the latest version of Illustrator CC are:

  • Myriad Variable Concept
  • Minion Variable Concept
  • Acumin Variable Concept
  • Source Sans Variable
  • Source Code Variable
  • Source Serif Variable

To learn more about this great new feature, head on over to the Adobe Blog.

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Anthony Zubia

Art Director & Freelance Designer

 

Anthony Zubia is a Creative Director, Art Director, and Freelance Graphic Designer with years of experience in the Austin non-profit and startup scene. He is also a Skillshare teacher with over 2,000 students worldwide. Join his classes below to learn more about Passive Income, Print On Demand, Graphic Design, and how you can earn a living as a Creative.

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