legibility

More legible highway signage


The Clearview typeface is a beautiful example of the way design helps to improve people's daily lives. A product of the design team of Donald Meeker and Chris O'Hara from Meeker Associates and type designer James Montalbano of Terminal Design, the Clearview project seeks to improve the readability of highway signage for drivers, especially those over sixty five, who constitute roughly one sixth of the driving public.
Donald Meeker, Chris O'Hara, James Montalbano, Terminal Design, TYPEFACE, font, legibility

Clearview Project


Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum has just acquired its first digital font, the Clearview family of typefaces. Featured in Cooper-Hewitt’s 2010 National Design Triennial: Why Design Now? exhibition, Clearview is a beautiful example of design as a form of social activism.
font, digital, Clearview, type design, Donald Meeker, James Montalbano, acquisition, highway sign, signage, legibility, readability, visibility, contrast, drivers, seniors