About

Jeremy Tribby is an artist, designer, and programmer from California. He is the creator of the Arthouse family of typefaces for NBCUniversal, which is featured on the web and in broadcast by NBC and Telemundo properties worldwide. He also created Barlow, a straight-sided titling font family for Google Fonts, where it has been served over the web 100 billion times. Currently, he works as a design technologist at Plaid. In the past he worked as an engineer at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), the civil liberties non-profit, and in various design and engineering roles at a number of startups. Jeremy also runs Countertype and has a very large sans-serif type family on the way. He studied art and art history at UC Berkeley and later completed Type West.

You can reach Jeremy via email.