Helios is an incredible design that I never would have thought possible, but it was possible in the early days. Now, it’s a reality.

In a way, Helios was a reaction to the iPhone, as Helios’ designers tried to figure out how to make it a compelling piece of hardware that would be universally recognizable.

In other ways, Helias design is a testament to the power of typography.

I think it’s important to note that Helios isn’t an entirely new idea.

The original Helios, developed in the mid-90s, used the same typeface and was a perfect example of the typeface’s flexibility.

It’s easy to see how that could be copied and used, and there are plenty of examples of typefaces like Helios that look great on smartphones, too.

I’m a bit biased, but I think Helios might actually be one of the most unique pieces of typeface technology to ever exist.

The font itself, by contrast, was made by a team of engineers and designers at the University of Minnesota and is a collaboration between the university and Adobe.

(The team has since been sold to Microsoft.)

Helios can be seen as a culmination of a series of research projects done over the past few years by the design group at the university.

The group was led by a professor named Jim Hines, who was responsible for the Helios font’s original look.

The project started when Hines was a graduate student in computer science, and it took the group four years to complete its research.

It was the result of a number of different typesetting experiments, with the team eventually settling on Helios to work with.

The Helios design, which is currently used on iPhones, was created by the HeliSys design studio, which specializes in digital typography and typographic design.

The company has also created a variety of other typesets for other devices, like the iPad.

In a word, HeliSys is one of a kind.