New Report Addresses The Translation Paradox For Designers

In today’s digitized and ultra-connected world, the need to be understood everywhere, by everyone, in every language, has never been greater. But the quest for universal legibility has presented a troubling paradox: being universally understood without sacrificing a key element of what makes us who we are – our language.


A new Report from The Future Laboratory and Monotype examines the key global trends driving the need for seamless design in any language, and identifies the innovative brands that are searching for solutions to the Translation Paradox.


Among the issues this fascinating report tackles: Future Language Landscape, Small-world Syndrome, Borderless Brands, Whole System Alphabets. And how Monotype is helping make sure designers will be at the forefront of finding elegant visual solutions. You can read the free report online now.