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Author Topic: Typeworkshop - Great page for all you typographically challanged out there!  (Read 2544 times)

gjehle

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I just found this very nice page that explains all the basics about fonts and typography you (n)ever wanted to know.
Having had three years of design school myself I can say this is quite a nice page.
Make sure to check it out and you might find yourself appreciating well made fonts a bit more.

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100% practical. Sketches have been made to explain some basic issues in type design during the workshops.
They get used to point out some problems which raise while creating a new typeface.
Only some foundations are shown, no deep sophisticated details.



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Thanks a lot for this link. I've been interested in typography a year ago or so and it's hard to find good material on the topic. It's a good intro.