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With voice driven type design (VDTD), we introduce a novel concept to present written information in the digital age. While the shape of a single typographical character has been treated as an unchangeable property until today, we present an innovative method to adjust the shape of each single character according to particular acoustic features in the spoken reference. Thereby, we allow to keep some individuality and to gain additional value in written text which offers different applicationsdoi:10.1109/sped.2015.7343095 dblp:conf/sped/WolfelSS15 fatcat:wojdvbgo3bd6lbosmkqsdiw5pe