In the world of graphic design, having a cultural and informational journey gives your designs both meaning and aesthetics. The graphic designer has to be in constant training, either with online courses of improvements in tools and software or with books. Despite being a mandatory action for the current designer, the vast majority of information related to typography is not adapted to new technologies; technical information from sources in plain, continuous text or, if there is any display of technical data, it is from certain sources.
That is why it is essential to use applications and to know the trends so as not to become obsolete in the market. This is how the [font(s)] project came about, which is the creation of an interface design for an application for organization, identification and knowledge of fonts that has information that is useful to the current designer in his day-to-day life.
Complemented with a visual proposal for brand identity, prototyping and advertising in RR SS.