Typography Guidelines: Online vs. In Print

Typography is extremely important in marketing media, whether it is for a website or for brochure printing. The proper use of typography can help readers to understand and enjoy what they are reading. If readers do not get the message, then your creative efforts are wasted. Keep in mind, though, that the rules for typography contain a few differences from web to print design. If you will be switching between web design and print design, there are some differences in typography you should be aware of.

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  1. Typography Guidelines: Online vs. In Print | http://bit.ly/fTbP6x | #typography #design #webdesign

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  2. Tom_Radburn says:

    RT @whatanicepost: Typography Guidelines: Online vs. In Print | http://bit.ly/fTbP6x | #typography #design #webdesign

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    RT @whatanicepost Typography Guidelines: Online vs. In Print http://bit.ly/fTbP6x #webdesign #design

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  5. LAFlasher says:

    Good example of need for shorter line length! RT @whatanicepost Typography Guidelines: Online vs. In Print http://bit.ly/fTbP6x #webdesign

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