We teamed up with the fine people at Torx Media for a monthly Lunch and Learn series in Suite 200. Just like Keynote slides and Jojo’s buff chick pizza, we go great together, and decided to share the fun on our blog!
In part one of our type series Megan explored the rich history of type. For part two, Brent got into the practicalities of using it. You don’t have to be a wizard: a basic understanding of typographic principles can dramatically improve your communications!
There’s a good chance that you work with letters on a regular basis, even if you’re not a designer. Whether you’re writing your autobiography or creating a powerpoint presentation, here are 10 simple rules you can follow to make your documents sing.
Be careful not to exhaust your reader’s eyeballs! Too short of a line and a reader’s train of thought is unnecessarily interrupted. Too long and the eye has trouble finding where the next line begins.
Continue reading Lunch and Learn Series: Type Part Two