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Fred Brady

Fryda Berd, alias Fred Brady. Type designer who worked at Adobe, and who created Autologic Kis-Janson. Fred Brady (helped by Jim Wasco) designed Adobe Sans and Adobe Serif, which were originally introduced with Acrobat, to stand in as fall-back fonts for missing typefaces. They came with Adobe Acrobat version 2 (1994). In 1992, Adobe released Myriad, a neutral humanist sans family. The design team consisted of Robert Slimbach, Carol Twombly, Fred Brady, and Christopher Slye.

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file name: Robert Slimbach Carol Twombly Fred Brady Christopher Slye Myriad 1992


file name: Robert Slimbach Carol Twombly Fred Brady Christopher Slye Myriad Pro Cond Black 1992


file name: Robert Slimbach Carol Twombly Fred Brady Christopher Slye Myriad Pro Semibold 1992


file name: Robert Slimbach Carol Twombly Fred Brady Christopher Slye Myriad Pro Semiext Black 1992







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