EXERCISE 101 – TYPOGRAPHY RULES

Typography

Principles every designer should think about when designing text or adding text:
Knowing basic typography like vocabulary and composition, Fonts needs to be readable, Kerning, Limiting fonts to 1-3, Align your text, Practice visual hierarchy, Work within the grid, Pair fonts that go together, Pick perfect fonts that go together, Typographical measurements, Message should be readable, Color theory, Avoid “widows” and “orphans”, Don’t stretch fonts, White space isn’t empty space, Treat typography as if it’s art, Avoid trendy fonts and use timeless fonts, Use the right tools, Have proper grammar, And find inspiration.

Article

https://designyoutrust.com/2017/09/20-typography-rules-every-designer-should-know/

Picture

https://search.creativecommons.org/photos/17326c2a-50b7-4c6f-9ea3-f286e283c07f

By EG

Any pronoun My major is industrial design

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  1. This article on typography offers helpful and practical information all designers should use as a keystone in building their foundational understanding of design. What I thought made the article most effective was the visual infographic layout of the content. This did not just tell the reader what to do or not to do, it showed the reader how they can employ these concepts, very effective!

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