English is one of the widely spoken languages in the world, but it isn’t the only language that’s spoken. In today’s digital revolution, fonts and typeface have witnessed a change that has made the web more approachable by millions more. Working with Indian scripts and modifying it to meet global typeface standards, Dave Crossland and Pathum Egodawatta, discuss how they’ve helped the Devanagari script gain popularity through the Google Fonts Project.
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