A Little Typography Guide, infographic design by Tutorials Share…
The objective of this project was to become “masters” of a specific typeface. I was assigned to study Gotham, a san-serif typeface created in My outcome was to be two posters educating others on the anatomy and history of Gotham.
Came across this quick reference guide of typographic terms and definitions today. I just love the page above explaining the anatomy and form of letters. What is it with type? The book is called The typographic Desk Reference.
How to design your own typeface | Typography | Creative Bloq
No matter what your stage in the book development process, having a grip of solid typography principles can be a helpful asset in the pursuit of quality design and marketing. This the case, here’s a useful infographic that breaks down the basics:
TYPE Classification by Matthew Chan, via Behance This will definitely be helpful when it comes to identifying fonts!
Typeface Anatomy For Dummies / Designers [Infographic]
This chart is a helpful way to illustrate and highlight each of the type anatomy terms that will be useful in this class. They show different examples than what we have seen in our textbook and in lecture.
“knowing the basics” - typography anatomy poster /rockhart
A Beautifully Illustrated Glossary Of Typographic Terms You Should Know
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