The Type Directors Club is the leading international organization whose purpose is to support excellence in typography, both in print and on-screen. With a solid historical background, the TDC today represents the best of today's type design and type use.
The Society of Typographic Aficionados (SOTA) is an international not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion, study, and support of type, its history and development, its use in the world of print and digital imagery, its designers, and its admirers.
Letterform Archive is a non-profit center for typography and lettering. The Archive hosts tours and public events as well as serving a global community with publications, archival imaging, social media, and more - all focused on text-based art and design.
Founded in 1927, the Society of Typographic Arts is Chicago's oldest professional design organization. It is a network of passionate people who promote high standards in visual communication, focusing specifically on the culture, technology, and politics of typography. As a membership association, the STA connects creative professionals through hosting events, producing publications, and news.
The International Society of Typographic Designers establishes and maintains typographic standards within the professional design and education communities, through the forum of debate and design, and by publishing and promoting the highest quality contemporary practice amongst its international membership.
The site of the Association Typographique International, the organisation of the international type community. Information on events, ATypI publications and conferences.
Membership organization providing information on committee, events, publications and membership.
Society for professionals involved in the lettering arts and crafts, from calligraphy and letter-cutting, through design for print, publishing and typography, to signage and architectural lettering.
Mission: to promote typefaces as creative works and to advocate their legal protection as intellectual property.