typefaces in A Sentence

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    Why are these two Typefaces almost identical?

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    Bold Typefaces are used for making statements and attracting attention.

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    The Fonts dialog box shows all the Typefaces that are used in your publication.

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    Today, Typefaces are primarily created on computers, but their history goes back more than a thousand years.

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    Ever since the Renaissance, typographers have attempted to create Typefaces based on this script, including Frederic Goudy and Hermann Zapf.

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    He designed more than 100 Typefaces, the most lasting of which bears his name.

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    Back then, because each letter had to be chiseled by hand, the carvers created Typefaces that required few strokes.

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    I photographed each letter separately, and then I retouched every letter and chose the correct color background and Typefaces to use.

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    If I had never dropped in on that single[calligraphy] course in college, the Mac would have never had multiple Typefaces or proportionally spaced fonts.

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    Also, unlike roman Typefaces like Garamond or Goudy, both are sans serif(the spikes and adornments on old gothic faces aren't considered true serifs).

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    For example, USA Today uses a bold, colorful, and comparatively modern style through their use of a variety of Typefaces and colors; type sizes vary widely, and the newspaper's name is placed on a colored background.

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    And when you compare it to what was being done in America-- these are the Typefaces from the same period in the United States in the 1920s, bold, brash, braggadocios.

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    Printing presses gave us the word“cliché,” which comes from the French word cliquer, which referred to the clicking sound made by the stamps on the metal Typefaces during printing.

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    It is common for local governments, airport authorities, and contractors to fabricate traffic signs using Typefaces other than the FHWA series; Helvetica, Futura and Arial are common choices.

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    Mr Baag has at least 400kg of Hindi, Bengali and English Typefaces in his press and he has to remember which bit is kept in which box.

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    Typefaces used in advertisements convey different messages to the reader: classical ones are for a strong personality, while more modern ones may convey clean, neutral look.

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    The Typefaces predominantly used on signs in the US and Canada are the FHWA alphabet series Series B through Series F and Series E Modified.

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    With their more specialized requirements, newspapers and magazines rely on compact, tightly fitted styles of text Typefaces with serifs specially designed for the task, which offer maximum flexibility, readability, legibility, and efficient use of page space.

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    By formulating a style guide, a publication or periodical standardizes with a relatively small collection of Typefaces, each used for specific elements within the publication, and makes consistent use of Typefaces, case, type sizes, italic, boldface, colors, and other typographic features such as combining large and small capital letters together.

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    But part of what makes it so heartening to me as a designer is that he's taken the visual vernacular of Diet Coke-- the Typefaces, the colors, the silver background-- and he's reduced them to their most essential parts, so it's like going back to the Charlie Brown face.

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    Contemporary books are more likely to be set with state-of-the-art"text romans" or"book romans" Typefaces with serifs and design values echoing present-day design arts, which are closely based on traditional models such as those of Nicolas Jenson, Francesco Griffo(a punchcutter who created the model for Aldine Typefaces), and Claude Garamond.

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    By using the auxiliary lines you can achieve a uniform typeface in which.

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    Typeface size.

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    And this is the typeface Futura.

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    A script typeface would denote fun.

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    Archia is a modern architectural typeface in six styles.

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    The most famous sans serif typeface to come out of this movement is Futura, created in 1928 by German typographer Paul Renner.

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    The text- written in tiny typeface but legible ancient Greek- helped them complete the puzzle of what the machine did and how it was operated.

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    His most famous typeface is Palatino, which he designed in 1948.

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    Once you have decided the typeface you want to use, you generally choose a proper size for it.

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