Popularity of Helvetica in Visual Communication
one of the icons of the visual communication in the twentieth century.
 
 
History of Helvetica
1950s, 1960s emerged from Switzerland and German; asymmetrical organization of design elements on a grid; objective photog...
 
 
design model: Akzidenz Grotesk; designer: Max Miedinger and  Eduard  Hoffman for the Haas Type Foundry; Neue Haas Grotesk;...
Why Helvetica is so popular?
the creativity contribute a little to its popularity;
 
good timing;
 
 
neutral, non-personality;
 
 
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Arcs Presentation W 11

  1. 1. Popularity of Helvetica in Visual Communication
  2. 2. one of the icons of the visual communication in the twentieth century.
  3. 5. History of Helvetica
  4. 6. 1950s, 1960s emerged from Switzerland and German; asymmetrical organization of design elements on a grid; objective photography; use of sans-serif typography set in flush-left; International Typographic Style
  5. 9. design model: Akzidenz Grotesk; designer: Max Miedinger and Eduard Hoffman for the Haas Type Foundry; Neue Haas Grotesk; Helvetica
  6. 10. Why Helvetica is so popular?
  7. 11. the creativity contribute a little to its popularity;
  8. 13. good timing;
  9. 16. neutral, non-personality;

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