Friday, February 22, 2013 | 18:42
categories: amar bornomala | download | my work | thoughts
the amar bornomala team is working hard to release the 2nd font. you’ll be able to download it from the same site. we are also collecting people’s feedback for the 3rd font which going to be released on next pohela boishakh.
those who believe in bangla keep the same right to contribute in developing it. we are expecting your active and constructive inputs so that we can set some standards for bangla fonts. we hope it’ll help the upcoming typographers to be more interested in developing new bangla fonts.
you can upload a scan copy of your handwritings here which may include the suggestions for how you want to see the alphabets. based on experts selections, we’ll create a font combining different handwritings of different alphabets.
Thursday, February 21, 2013 | 22:55
categories: download | my work | typography
the new free bangla font launched by amar bornomala is open to download since the 1st minute after it was inaugurated by the prime minister sheikh hasina. in last 22 hours it got around 3,000 downloads. if you yet to download it, please use this link.
Thursday, February 21, 2013 | 15:27
categories: download | madness | my work | typography
the beginning was back in 2010 when i first started thinking about an academic thesis entitled ‘amar bornomala o somosamoyik bangla typography‘ (my alphabets and contemporary bangla typography). those were some dots which needed to be connected.
in last two years i’ve tried to connect those dots. i’ve talked with several people, organizations, institutes to get supports. but i’ve never imagined that the honorable prime minister will inaugurate this initiative!
Wednesday, January 16, 2013 | 14:30
categories: madness | my work | office | sleepless nights | thoughts
these slides were presented at Dhaka Startup Weekend, held in 10 – 12 January 2013. the learnings are real and you can ask for the details. we have the stories to tell you.
Saturday, July 21, 2012 | 01:17
categories: around me | beyond | dreaming | my work | office | thoughts
this article was published in IT & Telecom page of The Daily Star on 13 July 2012.
The rapid growth of digital technology is fundamentally changing the world as we know it. Global internet penetration in 2010 stood at 1.9 billion people and is expected to grow to 5 billion by 2015. It is unsurprising that with this in mind, information in the world (videos, music, documents etc.) that is stored online is also projected to grow from 800 exabytes to 53 zetabytes (eMarketer, 2011).
To put this into context, Google recently announced that there is 60 hours of video (YouTube Blog, 2012) uploaded onto YouTube each and every minute.