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Phonetikana. supa_3. Multiple trips to Japan and constant frustration at being unable to read the language has sparked off an unusual typographic. If Uniqlo adopted Phonetikana, it would look like this (and possibly help explain that in Japanese, Uniqlo is said with four sounds – Yoo Nee Koo Roh). 22 Oct I personally prefer Phonetikana because it enables anyone who is interested in beginning to use genuine katakana immediately and, in so.
23 Apr They were designed by a graphic designer Michael Johnson and his team at johnson banks in London. They call the font “phonetikana”. 31 Oct phonetikana phonetic japanese alphabet. Nothing gets lost in translation with these embedded English pronunciations, tied directly into the. 17 Oct They call it Phonetikana. The font came out in but for some reason Japanese and other blogs have just discovered it. It's a nice idea for.
9 Oct johnson banks: phonetikana. driven by trips to japan and continual frustration at being unable to read the language, michael. 18 Oct moo-moo-baa-baa-phonetikana. In the example above you see the katakana representations of the sounds that a cow and sheep makes. This Pin was discovered by Kyle Crider. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. 19 Jan Phonetikana combines traditional Japanese characters with their phonetic pronunciations so English speakers can better understand the. 31 Oct PHONETIKANA • Nonnative Japanese people can read Katakana easily • A U.K. company developed; 5. UNIQRO YOO NEE KOO ROH; 6.
12 Nov By incorporating phonetic English sounds into Katakana shapes, johnson banks created Phonetikana, a readable hybrid for English speakers. This typeface, called Phonetikana, takes the Japanese phonetic script, Katakana, and embeds English language phonetic sounds into the characters. 2 Nov Back in , a British firm named Johnson Banks created Phonetikana, a Japanese katakana set of characters that could help people learn. 17 Oct The company has dubbed this new font cleverly as "Phonetikana," where each katakana character featured a few English letters to help English.
23 May Phonetikana is a project by Johnson Banks to create a font that embeds the phonetic sound into the font to allow tourists in Japan to pronounce. 15 Oct And here it is rendered in Johnson Banks' new Phonetikana font. luck in ironing things out, and looking forward to Phonetikana Version Two. Phonetikana - Multiple trips to Japan and constant frustration at being unable to read the language has sparked off an unusual typographic project at. Japaneasy: "Phonetikana by Johnson Banks is a take on the Japanese katakana phonetic alphabet, which actually shows English speakers how to say things.