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Visual Design for Web Sites & Web Applications UPA Boston Workshop Jonathan Follett President & Chief Creative Officer Hot Knife Design, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org www.twitter.com/jonfollett 617-848-5956
about youhow many people here are:usability practitioners?developers?designers?project managers?all of the above?other?
a quick anatomy lesson, courtesy of fontshop.com
web typography typesetting considerations serif or sans serif? line length (12 words is good) leading (1.1 - 1.5 em) letter spacing - lower case, don’t do it! kerning - the space between individual letters color - type vs. white space
everything you wanted to know aboutWeb Safe Fontsin 2009OS stats from codestyle.org
web typography Georgia is gorgeous. Designed by: Matthew Carter (1996) PC: 95.98% Mac 94.06% A transitional serif that’s easy to read due to its large x-height.
web typography: type specimen via wikipedia The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog repeatedly from 1876 - 2009.
web typography: jiffyhealth dashboard by juhan sonin
web typography Verdana is so darn easy to read. Verdana bold is crazy big. Designed by: Matthew Carter (1996) PC: 98.34% Mac 95.45% Humanist sans-serif with large x-height for good legibility.
what was old is new againSince the 1930s, graphic designers have usedgrid systems for laying out pages. Over the past5 years, Web site and Web application designershave shown an increased interest in thetechnique as well.
why bother with a grid?consistencyframework for many pagesease of usepre-existing structure
the downsiderigid adherence can make a design seem lifeless
don’t forget the white space.the design needs to breathepadding is good10 pixel increments
the history of the gridSwissGraphic DesignRICHARD HOLLIS