Since graphic design hinges on typography, it’s important to know how to discern type and why you should do so. There are two top tier categories that describe the appearance of type: Serif and Sans Serif. 180 more words
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I decided to tackle some typesetting this year at Cherryburn and so I sorted out the Times New Roman size 12 tray of type. The main problem was that so many letters were in the wrong boxes and gave rise to some interesting typesetting: “Happy Dirthday” was one example and I thought it would start an interesting trend…perhaps.. 604 more words
I don’t know why Microsoft decided a few years back to switch the default font in Word from Times New Roman 12 pt. to Calibri 11 pt., or why they changed default spacing from 1 to 1.15 with space after the paragraph, but fixing the damn formatting in Word is the first thing I do every time I get a new computer.