The Indian designer Kimya Gandhi collaborated with the Linotype Design Studio to modify DIN Next for the Indian writing system Devanagari. In an interview with Linotype, she spoke of her personal views on typography and of more general aspects and also of the specific challenges she faced in designing the Devanagari variants for DIN Next.
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