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An introductory presentation on web typography

An introductory presentation on web typography

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    • Web
    • Jason Santa MariaA font geek.
    • INDERPREET SINGHLoves websites with nice fontsAppreciates fonty nerdy people.  Wanna be at least pretty nice with fonts. 
    • From constraints to choices, Web Typography.
    • “Typography is just like classical  music of Web Design” BY:­ INDERPREET SINGH
    • Why type Matters?
    • If your type is bad, the design fails.
    • Type doesnt asks you, “can you read it?”  It actually asks you , “do you want to read it?”. ­­ANONYMOUS TWEET
    • TEXT is voice of web
    • If your type is bad, the design fails.
    • “Typography is just like classical  music of Web Design” BY:­ INDERPREET SINGH
    • Typography
    • What will we do? What makes typeface good or bad? Reading  and perception How to look at typeface? Considerations while choosing a typeface Basic terms associated with typography
    • What MakesTypefacegood or bad?
    • Its context that matters
    • Its context that matters
    • I belong to really old times.......I am a big title typefaceANTIQUAI am SubtleDont take me seriouslyI am speaking loudI am code <>
    • How toLook at type?
    • “Type is not a group of beautiful letters but a beautiful group of letters” ­­MATHEW CHARTER
    • Display facesText Faces
    • HowWe Read?
    • Saccade & Fixation
    • Distraction
    • ConsiderationsFor design
    • Good typography is invisible
    • No Rules!
    • Imperfect precision
    • Reduction
    • To beContinued.....