Category Archives: typography
There are a few simple techniques you can use when setting type for your print or web projects which can make a world of difference to the overall legibility of the project. Many designers seem to forget that typography is more about legibility than about design. With the techniques described below, you can find a way to create well-designed typography that’s also highly legible.
With the re-emergence of grid systems over the last 10 years in web and print design, it reminds me of the advertising design of Josef Müller-Brockmann. Müller-Brockmann began his career in the 1930’s, perfecting the Swiss Grid System and clearly defining his work as an artform unto itself. More interesting to me is his use […]
Created by Utah typography instructor & graphic designer, Jim Godfrey has created this informative poster enumerating the 34 most typical typographic sins committed by the average print and web designer.
Few designers have crossed mediums, defined an era and stood the test of time better than Charles & Ray Eames. This catalog features some of the Eames’ most distinctive print designs including eight of their most unique covers.