Punchcut

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Punchcut LLC
Type Private
Founded (2002)
Headquarters San Francisco, California, United States
Employees 35 (2010)
Website Punchcut.com/

Punchcut is a design consulting company in San Francisco,[1] and in New York, United States[2] focused on user interface design for consumer electronics devices; primarily mobile devices,[3][4] portable electronic devices and television.[5][6]

Punchcut designed a screen-optimized typeface "Amble". In 2010 Sun Microsystems included the fonts for use on devices that use Sun's JavaFX platform as part of JavaFX SDK Release 1.3.[7]

Typophile[edit]

Punchcut maintains Typophile, an online community for type designers. Punchcut hosts the annual event, the Typophile Film Fest.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ DigitalThread San Francisco Business Listing
  2. ^ Punchcut Press Release: "Sandy Fershee To Lead Punchcut's Expansion to New York"
  3. ^ BusinessWeek: Moving To The Mobile Web
  4. ^ Communication Arts: Don't Call It A Phone
  5. ^ Punchcut Unveils Next-generation Television User Interface
  6. ^ ITTV: SOFTATHOME SAYS MULTIPLE COMPANIES DEVELOPING FOR ITS CONVERGENT APPLICATIONS PLATFORM
  7. ^ What's New in JavaFX
  8. ^ SF Weekly's Coverage of the Typophile Film Fest 2005

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