Adobe partners with Google to launch new open-source pan-CJK font

TECHCRUNCH | on Mon, Apr 3, 7:00 PM

A few years back[1], Adobe and Google teamed up to launch a new open-source font for Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) languages. Today, the two companies are expanding on this project with the launch of a serif CJK font[2]. Adobe calls this new font Source Han Serif, while Google calls it Noto Serif CJK. Just like with the first project, Adobe font designer Ryoko Nishizuka worked on the overall design of the font and the company then worked with a number of local foundries in China, Japan a...

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