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some basics of typography

some basics of typography

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    Typography Typography Presentation Transcript

    •  Serif/Sans serif Decorative/display Text Dingbats
    •  Times Courier Tahoma Comic
    • algerian BermudaBrush Script CreepyOld English
    •  Comic sans serif The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog Arial The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog
    •  Wingdings     MS Outlook  Webdings 
    •  Typefaces used in electronic documents should always be judged solely by their appearance on the computer screen, and not by their appearance when printed on paper. The legibility of type on the computer screen is already reduced by the low resolution of the computer screen. The low contrast of reflected light LCD screens used on many portable computers can also limit type legibility.
    • Typefaces used in electronic documentsshould always be judged solely bytheir appearance on the computer screen,and not by their appearance when printed on paper.The legibility of type on the computer screenis already reduced by the low resolutionof the computer screen.The low contrast of reflected light LCD screensused on many portable computerscan also limit type legibility.
    •  Use one or two typefaces throughout Use different attributes for emphasis Use a strong contrast between foreground and background