Poster Design for ‹Stay Safe, Stay SaneCOVID-19 Campaign.

Typographic poster design by Jimmy Ofisia.
Typographic poster design by Jimmy Ofisia.
Poster design for ‹Stay Safe, Stay SaneCOVID-19 campaign.

An A4 poster submission for the ‹Stay Sane, Stay SafeCOVID-19 campaign, typeset in currently unreleased ‹work in progress› display typeface.

Available for free download under Creative Commons BY license in vector (PDF) format via the campaign’s website or via goods.ofisia.name.


Sebuah Kisah Pencarian Penggantinya.

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(sumber gambar)

Pada hari Rabu tanggal 23 Februari 2020 saya menerima sebuah surat elektronik berisi pengumuman berita penting dari Wunderlist. Ilustrasinya menarik, saya pikir isinya berita gembira. Namun, ternyata saya salah besar, tepat dibawahnya tertera tajuk pembuka berikut ini:

Wunderlist goes away on May 6th, 2020.
Make the move to Microsoft To Do.

Terus terang, terang terus, sebenarnya saya tidak ada masalah ketika Microsoft membeli Wunderlist, selama ini saya pikir Satya Nadella cum suis hanya akan me-rebrand Wunderlist menjadi Microsoft To Do, atau sekedar mereplikasi fitur-fitur andalan Wunderlist di Microsoft To Do. …


Desain poster tak terpakai untuk situs ‹Design The Right Thing›

Beberapa waktu yang lalu saya cukup beruntung untuk dapat berhubungan dengan sang bedebah — dalam hal baik — tuan Mike Monteiro lewat sejumlah balasan surel milis-nya. Pendek cerita, kami kemudian putus kontak dan derivasi dan/atau terjemahan Bahasa Indonesia saya untuk desain poster ‹A Designer’s Code of Ethics› miliknya alhasil tidak terpakai hingga akhirnya situs ‹Design The Right Thing› miliknya ditutup.

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Versi Bahasa Indonesia dari desain poster ‹A Designer’s Code of Ethics

Ukuran posternya adalah 18 kali 24 inci, teksnya di set menggunakan typeface display ‹dalam proses pengerjaan› ‹terinspirasi Wim Crouwel›. Diturunkan dan/atau diterjemahkan ke Bahasa Indonesia dari versi asli dalam bahasa Inggris oleh Mike Montero (Mike Monteiro). Pemeriksaan terjemahan Bahasa Indonesia oleh Ellena Ekarahendy (Ellena Ekarahendy). Tersedia untuk diunduh gratis di bawah lisensi Creative Commons BY-NC-SA dalam format vektor (PDF).


Unused poster design for the ‹Design The Right Thing› website.

Some time ago I was fortunate enough to get in touch with the badass — in a good way — mister Mike Monteiro via a couple of his newsletter email replies. Long story short, we got lost contact and my Bahasa Indonesia derivation and/or translation for his ‹A Designer’s Code of Ethics› poster design ended up did not get used until his ‹Design The Right Thing› website finally defunct.

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The Indonesian version of ‹A Designer’s Code of Ethics› poster design.

The poster size is 18 by 24 inches, typeset in currently unreleased ‹work in progress› ‹Wim Crouwel inspired› display typeface. Derived and/or translated to Bahasa Indonesia from the original English version by Mike Monteiro (Mike Monteiro). Indonesian translation proofing by Ellena Ekarahendy (Ellena Ekarahendy). …


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Screenshot of the Indonesian version of Font Fiction website.

Recently I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to contribute the Indonesian translation for the ‹Font Fiction› website maintained by the legendary Underware. Besides English and Indonesian, currently the ‹Font Fiction› website also have been translated to other 13 foreign languages.

This post is also available in Bahasa Indonesia version.


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Tangkapan layar situs Font Fiction versi Bahasa Indonesia.

Baru-baru ini saya beruntung mendapatkan kesempatan untuk mengkontribusikan terjemahan Bahasa Indonesia untuk situs ‹Font Fiction› yang dikelola oleh Underware yang legendaris. Selain bahasa Inggris dan Bahasa Indonesia, saat ini situs ‹Font Fiction› juga telah diterjemahkan ke dalam 13 bahasa asing lainnya.

Tulisan ini tersedia pula dalam versi bahasa Inggris.


Online information scraped from jimmy.ofisia.name/info (2020/02)

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Screenshot of ‹above the fold› area taken from the web address jimmy.ofisia.name/info

Profile

Jimmy Ofisia is a climate conscious graphic designer from Surabaya, Indonesia. He runs a one-man design practice under the moniker Studio Atipikal and collaboratively with Tipokrama Collective, previously he was a Creative Director at graphichapter.

In his spare times, you can find him reading articles, listening to music, updating tumblelogs, or doing other obsessive compulsive stuff. In times where he is totally in the zone, he often spent relentless hours finessing invisible details before his stomach warned him to stop.

Principles

  • Good design is effective.
  • Good design embrace hierarchy over aesthetic.
  • Good design concern users over stakeholders.
  • Good design ignite positive change. …

Online information scraped from jimmy.ofisia.name (2020/02)

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Screenshot of ‹above the fold› area taken from the web address jimmy.ofisia.name

Jimmy Ofisia is a climate conscious graphic designer from Surabaya, Indonesia. In his spare times, you can find him doing obsessive compulsive stuff. He is currently available for freelance work.

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This post was last updated on February 14th, 2020.


Replacing ‹Monitor Pro› with ‹Inria Sans›

Since around 2014, so far I have used ‹Monitor Pro› as the primary letter for my personal branding. I got this Fred Smeijers designed typeface for free when Ourtype — now TypeBy — was holding a limited promotion at that time.

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(image source)

But even though it is legal, I always feel uncomfortable about some things that could be judged as license violations. Because, over time, eventually I am using it on more than one personal website (read: subdomain). Then, as needed, I finally did subsetting and exporting the WOFF2 format, because ‹Monitor Pro› was only available in WOFF format at that time. …


Applying ‹FAQPage Schema›

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Excerpt from lines of ‹FAQPage› Schema example in JSON-LD format.

After implementing type ‹Person› ‹JSON-LDsome time ago, I found out that I could also implement the ‹FAQPage› type on the ‹Frequently Asked Questions› page of my site.

About

Jimmy Ofisia

Jimmy Ofisia is a climate conscious graphic designer from Surabaya, Indonesia. ☞ https://graphicdesigner.work

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