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Times New Roman, 12 Point

Stanley Morison, an influential adviser for the British Monotype Corporation, was born on this date in 1889. Among other typefaces, he oversaw the development of Times New Roman, Perpetua, and Gill Sans.

Typography

Does Times New Roman Make My Resumé Look Old?

We do all sorts of things to look good for an interview. If you’re over 35, I’d be willing to bet some of those things are related to looking younger and more with it. 761 more words

Legal Career Advice

Serif or Sans Serif?

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

Typeface/Font...Tomato/Tomahto

In the world of graphic design, we use the terms font or typeface to reference the visual style of letters that will make up your words (i.e. 84 more words

The Sweatpants of Career Advice

Many years ago, I got a call from A&E’s Biography magazine. I’d applied for an entry-level editorial job, so upon answering the phone, I was excited. 551 more words

Work

Shakespeare Sonnett 111

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

Cherryburn NT

Times OLD Roman

Ancient script brings a whole new level to the term hand lettering. These letters are literally chiseled out of marble and still around today. Talk about longevity of work. 72 more words

Writing