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Are you or your company at risk because of your font usage?

We recently surveyed creative professionals to see how they were using fonts, and found that many could be putting themselves and their company at risk.

In a recent webcast, I went over the survey results in detail. If you’ve got a few minutes, sit down to with a cup of coffee and learn more about how you can make your team’s workflow a safer place.

Watch the webcast.

During the actual webcast I did an additional survey asking if people thought that their font use could be putting their company at risk. At the start of the webcast 55% said that they didn’t think that the were at risk from their font use (with 45% saying that they were are risk).

After the webcast, that number flipped on it’s head with 62% feeling that they were at risk and 35% feeling OK and not at risk.

See how you feel at the end and let me know in the comments.


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We’re honored to have Kevin Gepford, Studio Director at Comedy Central & TV Land, join us for an upcoming, free webcast where he’ll share how the network put a system in place for effectively managing, tracking and distributing digital assets.

Thursday, September 12, 2013300x120-ComedyCentral

2:00p.m. Eastern | 11:00a.m. Pacific

Register here

Kevin will present how he used Extensis Portfolio Server to:

– Stop the flow of constant distractions from logo and image requests
– Create a culture of self-service and immediate gratification
– Setup a system for submitting graphics to iTunes, Xbox, and Amazon content channels

A live Q&A session will be held at the end of the presentation.

 

 

 

 

 


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Grâce à ce webcast, vous découvrirez que Suitcase Fusion™ 5 vous permet de contrôler parfaitement votre collection de polices.Suitcase Fusion 5 box shot

11 Septembre 2013 à 14h

S’inscrire à ce webcast

Parmi les nouvelles fonctionnalités présentées :

  • Adobe® Creative Cloud™ : nouveaux plug-ins d’auto-activation InDesign®, Illustrator® et Photoshop®.
  • Combinaisons de polices dans des prototypes avec les modèles intégrés QuickComp™.
  • Recherche de polices similaires plus rapide avec une version mise à jour de QuickMatch™.
  • Plus de 1 000 nouvelles polices Web, dont Adelle, Myriad, Museo…

À la fin de la présentation, vous pourrez poser vos questions à Jean-Michel LAURENT, responsable d’Extensis France, qui vous répondra en direct.


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In diesem Webcast erfahren Sie, wie Ihnen das neue Suitcase Fusion™ 5 die volle Kontrolle über Ihre Schriftenbibliothek gibt.Suitcase Fusion 5 box shot

10. September 11Uhr MESZ

Klicken Sie hier um diesen Webcast anzumelden

Sie sehen unter anderem die folgenden neuen Funktionen:

  • Adobe® Creative Cloud™ Komplett neue Plug-ins für die Auto-Aktivierung: InDesign®, Illustrator® und Photoshop®.
  • Schriftkombinationen testen mit den integrierten QuickComp™-Vorlagen.
  • Einander ähnliche Schriften finden − noch schneller mit der verbesserten QuickMatch™-Suche.
  • Über 1000 neue Web Fonts inklusive Adelle, Myriad, Museo…

Am Schluss der Präsentation steht Ihnen Davor Kantuser, Extensis Sales Engineer (Deutschland), live für Ihre Fragen zur Verfügung.


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In case you missed it, we have posted a recording of the Webcast we hosted with the Courtauld Institute of Art and zetcom where you can learn how the Institute uses Digital Asset Management (DAM) combined with their Collections Management System (CMS) to catalogue 3,000,000 images.

Edouard Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, 1882  © The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London

Edouard Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, 1882 © The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London

Listen to Tom Bilson, Head of Digital Media and Geoffrey Lowsley, CMS Officer at the Courtauld Institute of Art discuss:

The challenge of sourcing a suitable DAM system to:

  • Catalogue their 3,000,000 images
  • Link in with their CMS, zetcom’s MuseumPlus
  • Linking object metadata in their CMS with Extensis digital asset management system Portfolio Server 11
  • How they implemented and managed DAM
  • How  DAM combined with CMS saves time, avoids unnecessary duplication, and enables easy self-service access to files

Norbert Kanter of zetcom and Richard Bamford of Extensis also discuss how CMS and DAM can benefit your heritage organisation.

Watch the “Learn how the Courtauld Institute of Art uses DAM and CMS to preserve Digital Objects” webcast recording

Aufzeichnung des Webcasts: Erfahren Sie, wie das Courtauld Institute of Art DAM und CMS nutzt, um digitale Objekte zu bewahren.

Eine Aufzeichnung dieses Webcasts steht nun zur Verfügung

Torsten Köbel von Extensis erläutert, wie das Courtauld Institute of Art Digital Asset Management (DAM) kombiniert mit seinem Collections Management System (CMS) nutzt, um 3.000.000 Bilder zu katalogisieren.

Torsten Köbel wird erläutern:

  • Welche Herausforderung es für das Institut war, ein passendes DAM-System zu finden für:
  • die Katalogisierung seiner 3.000.000 Bilder
  • die Verbindung mit seinem CMS MuseumPlus von zetcom
  • Wie das Institut die Metadaten der Objekte in seinem CMS mit dem Digital Asset Management-System Portfolio 11 von Extensis verlinkt hat.
  • Wie das Institut DAM implementiert hat und fortlaufend pflegt.
  • Wie DAM mit CMS kombiniert Zeit spart, unnötige Doppelungen vermeidet und den Nutzern der Dateien den selbständigen Zugriff ermöglicht.

Norbert Kanter von zetcom und Torsten Köbel werden dann erklären, wie auch Ihre Organisation von CMS und DAM profitieren kann.

Webcast ansehen

 


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Torsten Köbel von Extensis wird erläutern, wie das Courtauld Institute of Art Digital Asset Management (DAM) mit seinem Collections Management System (CMS) kombiniert, um ein umfassendes und effizientes Informationssystem über seine Sammlung aufzusetzen.

Edouard Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, 1882  © The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London

Edouard Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, 1882 © The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London

Torsten Köbel wird erläutern:

Welche Herausforderung es für das Institut war, ein passendes DAM-System zu finden für:

  • die Katalogisierung seiner 3.000.000 Bilder
  • die Verbindung mit seinem CMS MuseumPlus von zetcom
  • Wie das Institut die Metadaten der Objekte in seinem CMS mit dem Digital Asset Management-System Portfolio 11 von Extensis verlinkt hat.
  • Wie das Institut DAM implementiert hat und fortlaufend pflegt.
  • Wie DAM mit CMS kombiniert Zeit spart, unnötige Doppelungen vermeidet und den Nutzern der Dateien den selbständigen Zugriff ermöglicht.

Norbert Kanter von zetcom und Torsten Köbel werden dann erklären, wie auch Ihre Organisation von CMS und DAM profitieren kann.

Am Schluß der Präsentation stehen Norbert Kanter und Torsten Köbel für Ihre Fragen zur Verfügung.

Dienstag, 16. Juli 2013
Beginn: 14:00

Dauer: 1 Stunde

Gleich zum kostenlosen Webcast anmelden:

(Wenn Sie trotz Anmeldung nicht teilnehmen können, senden wir Ihnen einen Link zu einer Aufzeichnung des Webcasts.)

 


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Join us for a webcast from the Courtauld Institute of Art – an international centre for the study of the history of art and conservation and home to one of the finest small art museums in the world. Tom Bilson Head of Digital Media will give an insight into how the Institute uses Digital Asset Management combined with their Collections Management System to create an efficient and comprehensive collection information solution.

Edouard Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, 1882  © The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London

Edouard Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, 1882 © The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London

He will discuss:

The challenge of sourcing a suitable DAM solution which would:

  • Catalogue their 3,000,000 images
  • Integrate with their CMS, zetcom’s MuseumPlus
  • Linking object metadata in their CMS with Portfolio Server 11
  • How they implemented and managed Portfolio Server 11
  • How Portfolio Server 11 saves time, avoids unnecessary duplication, and enables easy self-service access to files

Norbert Kanter of zetcom and Richard Bamford of Extensis will then discuss how CMS and DAM can benefit your heritage organisation

At the end of the presentation, Tom, Norbert and Richard will be available for a live Q&A.
16th July 2013
14:00 PM BST
Register for the webcast here
(A recorded webcast will be emailed to you if you register but can’t attend.)

 


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Join Thomas Phinney, our in-house typography guru, for part 3 of the Web Safe Fonts Are Dead Webcast series.

It’s the Wild West with web fonts online, but we’ll help you navigate a safe journey. You do not need to have attended the first 2 to get everything out of part 3!

Tuesday, May 21, 11:00 a.m. Pacific / 2:00 p.m. Eastern

Register to attend. Can’t attend? Register anyway, we’ll send you the recording to watch on your own time.

Get all the deets on the WebINK blog.

 


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Thumb-Webcast-UTS3-PixarThere is limited time left to view our webcast with Pixar’s font expert, Terry Lee Moseley. The webcast covers Pixar’s entire creative workflow, and how server-based font management fits into their work.

The webcast recording expires on May 5, 2013.

So, if you or one of your colleagues would benefit from the vast experience that Pixar has, be sure to view the webcast today.

View the webcast recording.


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BNL_Pixar2We were fortunate to have Terry Lee Moseley from Pixar join us for a webcast that covered how Pixar uses server-based font management, Universal Type Server specifically, in their creative workflow.

The webcast is only available for a limited time, until May 4, 2013, be sure to check it out while it’s live!

In the webcast, Terry covers a multitude of topics, including:

  • The filmmaking process at Pixar
  • Why story is King, and everyone serves the King
  • Which departments rely upon fonts in their workflow
  • The Pixar font purchase process
  • How Pixar ensures that the right font is purchased for the job
  • A few tidbits about upcoming Pixar films
  • How Pixar employees can give themselves their own title
  • Engaging stories from previous film productions
  • Q & A session with the live audience

This webcast recording is only available for a limited time, and will expire on May 4, 2013.

Watch the Pixar webcast today!


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