Typographic norms. by Anthony Froshaug

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Acknowledgements --Introduction --Primary sources used in this enquiry --Note on methods of measurement --Typographic norms --Aldine in-house norms --Design analysis Lascaris's Erotemata and the octavo classics Aldine character sets: relative proportions Typographic reference grids --The mould --Coda --Supplements Today, we turn to 10 essential books on typography, ranging from the practical to the philosophical to the plain pretty.

TYPOGRAPHIE () Iniconic typography pioneer Emil Ruder penned Typographie: A Manual of Design — a bold deviation from the conventions of his discipline and a visionary guide to the rules of his new typography.

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Contents. Introduction Primary sources used in this enquiry Note on methods of measurement. Typographic norms Aldine in-house norms. Design analysis: Lascaris’s Erotemata and the octavo.

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RESULT | The final book design reflects the experimental goals of the project. The dynamic spreads challenge a wide variety of typographic rules and norms.

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new experiments, given enough time, might turn into new typographic norms. This assumption is based upon the hypothesis that digital technology has enabled the emergence of new experimental typographic practices. These practices, whilst at this The physical page of the book is a medium that conveys a typographic message: the mise-en-page.

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Point size should be 10–12 points in printed doc­u­ments, pix­els on the web. Line spac­ing should be –% of the point. The book project: giving shape and voice to the typographic page 11 Typographic Design Process A traditional model Exploring typographic permutations Exploring typographic transformation Ludd: a typographic expedition Composites 12 Type Specimens Old Style Garamond Additional Old Style fonts Price: $  Ch.

4 – The Typographic Mind (Continuing with book club idea) In this chapter Postman deepens his argument by describing the impact of print information on 17th and 18th century minds. He describes the disciplined minds of the time as being able to sit and attend to hour lectures – with relish.

In addition, the people of the time.

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