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Logo: We see a snowy background, then we see the Build-a-Bear Workshop corporate logo sideways and then turning right to make the logo face us, then we see the word "Entertainment" as we've seen in the last logo coming in together accordion-style under the BaBW logo. Then the word "Presents" is written on the very bottom in a white scratchy-like font, and then finally, "Presents" scrolls down at the bottom, "Entertainment" scrolls down with it while the letters of the word turn sideways, and then "Build-a-Bear Workshop" zooms in.




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Build A Bear is an experience-led retailer founded in 1997 who pioneered an interactive process in which a stuffed animal of choice is assembled and customised during a store visit. It has over 400 stores across the US, Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, Middle East & Mexico. I worked with them on their global brand refresh including creating a new identity system with a new bear icon, a refreshed colour palette, custom illustrations, photography shoot and bespoke typeface. To create the typeface I worked closely with typographer Mitja Miklavcic.


Build A Bear is an experience-led retailer founded in 1997 who pioneered an interactive process in which a stuffed animal of choice is assembled and customised during a store visit. It has over 400 stores across the US, Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, Middle East & Mexico. I worked with them on their global brand refresh including creating a new identity system with a new bear icon, a refreshed colour palette, custom illustrations, photography shoot and bespoke typeface. To create the typeface I worked closely with typographer Mitja Miklavcic.


Some Office apps let you embed fonts in your documents. That way, if you share your document with someone else who doesn't have the same fonts installed that you do, the fonts, layout, and styling of the document won't change, and special characters won't turn into meaningless rectangles.


In recent years we've moved our Office fonts to the cloud, so they're available to all Office subscribers with Internet access and there's no need to embed them. Font embedding is still useful when using non-standard fonts, or if you expect the presentation to be edited or viewed offline by someone else.


When we embed such custom fonts into the document, the online conversion will use these fonts (if they comply with the following constraints: Some of your fonts can't be saved with the presentation) to avoid font substitution.


Selecting Embed only the characters used in the presentation reduces the file size but limits editing of the file using the same font. Leaving that check box blank increases the file size, but is best for allowing others to edit the document and keep the same font.We recommend leaving the check box blank if the other person may edit the file.


Is embedding your font still not working? Not all TrueType fonts can be embedded. Font creators can set different options for their fonts, including: Non-embeddable, Preview/Print, Editable, and Installable. To see what level of embedding your installed font is, go to Control Panel in Windows and click Fonts. Clicking on the font shows the Font embeddability setting.


Office cloud fonts won't appear in this list, but you rarely need to embed those anyhow since they'll automatically download if they're not already installed on the machine that opened the file.


Is your file size too large after embedding fonts? Certain fonts can be very large compared to others, so if file size is a concern, consider using alternative fonts. If you want to remove the embedding, you can turn off the Embed setting in the File > Options dialog box (described above) and save the file. Then, once you close and re-open the file, a different font is substituted for the font that had been embedded previously.


When embedding a font, avoid using Embed only the characters used in the presentation. It is better to embed all the characters in a font so that another user can successfully edit the file, if necessary.


Is embedding your font still not working? Not all TrueType fonts can be embedded. Font creators can set different options for their fonts, including: Non-embeddable, Preview/Print, Editable, and Installable. To see what level of embedding your installed font is, go to the Font Book app and select the Information button at the top left. Clicking on the font shows the font information in the right-hand panel, and for many (but not all) fonts you'll be able to locate information on whether the font can be embedded.


Is your file size too large after embedding fonts? Certain fonts can be very large compared to others, so if file size is a concern, consider using alternative fonts. If you want to remove the embedding, you can turn off the Embed setting in the Preferences dialog box (described in the procedure above) and save the file. Then, once you close and re-open the file, a different font is substituted for the font that had been embedded previously.


Depicted as a brown, stuffed toy bear, shown seated with its arms to the sides, hind paw pads facing forward, and a friendly smile on its face. Google, WhatsApp, and Twitter's designs include a ribbon around the neck, while Facebook's is wearing a bow tie.


Commonly used to convey something or someone is cute or cuddly (e.g., teddy bear as a term of endearment) as well as other warm, loving sentiments (e.g., get well soon). May also be used for various content concerning toys and children more generally.


The offering will kick off with an auction of the first NFT featuring a Limited Edition Build-A-Bear 25th Celebration NFT Collectible Featuring Swarovski Crystals. Along with this NFT, the auction winner will receive a physical teddy bear* - with only one produced - making this an extremely rare digital and physical collectible. The winner will also receive a complimentary trip for two to Build-A-Bear's 25th Anniversary Gala on October 22 in St. Louis, where the company is headquartered**. The auction winner will be presented the rare physical plush during their trip to the gala celebration. The auction will be accessible via buildabear.com/nft with a starting price of $2,500. The auction will start Tuesday, October 4 at 12:00 PM ET and will run through Thursday, October 6 at 7:00 PM ET.


A month after the launch of the only one-of-its-kind Collectible Swarovski Crystal-encrusted bear NFT and plush, Build-A-Bear will offer a second NFT auction opportunity in November. At that time, bidders will compete to win five 1/1 Silver-themed Bear NFTs that will also be accompanied by a unique matching physical Build-A-Bear Plush Bear inspired by the NFT*.


The final phase of the Build-A-Bear and Sweet collaboration will commence in December. Instead of an auction, users can purchase bear-themed generative NFTs. Each of these NFTs will have unique, randomly generated features, traits, and rarity tiers.


About Build-A-BearBuild-A-Bear is a multi-generational global brand focused on its mission to "add a little more heart to life" appealing to a wide array of consumer groups who enjoy the personal expression in making their own "furry friends" to celebrate and commemorate life moments. Nearly 500 interactive brick-and-mortar retail locations operated through a variety of formats provide guests of all ages a hands-on entertaining experience, which often fosters a lasting and emotional brand connection. The company also offers engaging e-commerce/digital purchasing experiences on buildabear.com including its online "Bear-Builder", the animated "Bear Builder 3D Workshop" and its age-gated adult-focused "Bear Cave". In addition, extending its brand power beyond retail, Build-A-Bear Entertainment, a subsidiary of Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc., is dedicated to creating engaging content for kids and adults that fulfills the company's mission, while the company also offers products at wholesale and in non-plush consumer categories via licensing agreements with leading manufacturers. Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc. posted total revenue of $411.5 million in fiscal 2021. For more information, visit the Investor Relations section of buildabear.com


*Physical bear offer valid only for the first purchaser of the NFT from Build-A-Bear Workshop. Subsequent purchasers of the NFT are ineligible. Physical bears may not be an exact replica of the digital collectible. If the NFT owner (i) does not respond to any communication from Build-A-Bear within five (5) days of such communication; (ii) refuses the physical bear offer; and/or (iii) any communication to the NFT owner regarding the physical bear offer is rejected or returned as undeliverable, the physical bear offer is void.


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Here are two other versions of the Adventures in Typography story. They both use serif fonts. But note how the paragraph text in the story that uses EB Garamond looks much smaller than its sister, which uses Manuale. The type is the same size in both stories, but the styling of the font makes the text in story number 3 look considerably smaller. Blame those tall ascenders and descenders. I like the classic look of the Garamond, but the Manuale version scores higher in accessibility.


In the first article of the module, we explored the basic CSS features available for styling fonts and text. In this article we will go further, exploring web fonts in detail. We'll see how to use custom fonts with your web page to allow for more varied, custom text styling.


As we looked at in Fundamental text and font styling, the fonts applied to your HTML can be controlled using the font-family property. This takes one or more font family names. When displaying a webpage, a browser will travel down a list of font-family values until it finds a font available on the system it is running on:


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