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Robert Bringhurst, The Elements Of Typographic Style

Robert Bringhurst, The Elements Of Typographic Style

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Geometria is a new geometric sans serif. It consists of 16 fonts — eight weights with matching italics. The font includes multiple sets of figures and currency signs, alternate glyphs, a variety of experimental ligatures, and punctuation marks for the two…

Geometria is a new geometric sans serif. It consists of 16 fonts — eight weights with matching italics. The font includes multiple sets of figures and currency signs, alternate glyphs, a variety of experimental ligatures, and punctuation marks for the two…

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"Swiss Style" also known as the "International Typographic Style", is a graphic design style developed in Switzerland in the 1950s that emphasizes cleanliness, readability and objectivity. Hallmarks of the style are asymmetric layouts, use of a grid, sans-serif typefaces like Akzidenz Grotesk, and flush left, ragged right text. The style is also featured typography as a primary design element.

"Swiss Style" also known as the "International Typographic Style", is a graphic design style developed in Switzerland in the 1950s that emphasizes cleanliness, readability and objectivity. Hallmarks of the style are asymmetric layouts, use of a grid, sans-serif typefaces like Akzidenz Grotesk, and flush left, ragged right text. The style is also featured typography as a primary design element.

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A chart of average character counts per line. From Elements of Typographic Style by Robert Bringhurst.

A chart of average character counts per line. From Elements of Typographic Style by Robert Bringhurst.

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