Atelier National de Recherche Typographique
Post-master research in typography
I am currently based in Nancy, France, joining Atelier national de recherche typographique as a post-master researcher. My study focuses on scripts not yet encoded in the Unicode.
University of Reading
MA Typeface Design
Led by Gerry Leonidas, the course offered extensive practical and theoretical tutoring in typeface design. Exploring multiscript typography for the final project, I graduated with distinction.
With a focus on linguistics, I developed my understanding of the intersection between languages, scripts, and cultures.
Marsnev & Co.
As the managing director of Marsnev & Co., I work closely with experts in type design, font technology, and multiscript typography. Registered in Delaware, the foundry operates globally and collaborates with people from all over the world.
Freelance type designer
Freelance work for Fred Smeijers, expanding existing font families and assisting on upcoming projects.
Media & communication consultant
Under UNDP Indonesia supervision, I learned to work collaboratively as part of the team responsible for visual identity and overall design of the project.
Expert in theory & practice of type design
Experienced in Latin and complex non-Latin script designs
In-depth knowledge of conventions in different scripts including Latin, Arabic, Devanagari, and South-East Asian scripts
Good awareness of intersection between languages, scripts and cultures
Deep understanding of font as a software
Experienced in manually handling font engineering for complex non-Latin scripts
A strikingly sharp, geometric typeface perfect for making a bold statement. Debuting as a free font, its reach is global, touching everything from local shops to international brands and high profiles. Learn & buy the typeface here.
The typeface used to typeset this CV page. Meaning “clearly visible” in Indonesian, Nyata Next is a contemporary sans serif typeface that explores typographical clarity.
A friendly multiscript typeface with horizontal contrast. Supporting 3 scripts—Latin, Arabic, and Balinese—in 9 weights, the family embraces diversity of scripts and writing systems while at the same time unites them as a family.
Title: Challenges and opportunities of adapting minority scripts into digital platforms
Asia-Pacific Research in Social Sciences and Humanities
Title: Is Times New Roman suitable for academic texts?
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