Dan Reynolds is a font engineer and typographic specialist at Linotype GmbH, a Monotype Imaging company. He studied graphic design and visual communication at the Rhode Island School of Design (US) and the HfG Offenbach (Germany); he later studied type design at the University of Reading (UK). At Linotype, Dan develops corporate typefaces and helps over designers bring their fonts to market. In 2004, he co-founded the Offenbach Typostammtisch. Today, similar type meet-ups occur regularly in Basel, Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Saarbrücken. Since 2009, Dan has been an associate lecturer for type design at the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences; since 2010, he has lectured on typography at the FSG Hamburg. He blogs from time to time at www.typeoff.de, and may be found on Twitter at @typeoff
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