• Don't stretch a font
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    Don’t Stretch Fonts, Use Wider or Condensed Fonts

    Every time you stretch a font, somewhere, a designer cries Don’t Stretch Fonts: Being a designer, you need to learn the basics of typography. And use these when designing. Don’t stretch fonts. Or, more properly, don’t stretch fonts to the point where you can see it has been stretched. Trajan is a font that can be stretched quite well without it being obvious. On the other hand, a font with a circular “O” would not stretch well. Designers will obviously notice stretched...

  • 18 Rules For Using Text In Your Work
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    18 Rules for Using Text for Designing

    Either you’re a graphic designer or web designer, the use of typography can be confusing : which font do you choose, and what size? If you are building a campaigns, writing a ebooks, design a magazine, creating infographics or if there’s text in your design, follow the rules in this infographic and you won’t go wrong. follow these simple rules and take notes for the next time you have to prepare something you want people to read. We have visited The Visual Communication Guy...

  • Typography Principles Contrast is King
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    Contrast in King : 7 Principles of Typographic Contrast

    Principles of Typographic Contrast: Typography is the art and technique of arranging type to make written language legible, readable, and more appealing when it displayed. Whether are a designer or a design client, this is a very important topic for you. These 7 Principles of Typographic Contrast will help you to create best and impressive, readable and more appealing displayed work. We have previously hosted an article about 18 Rules for Using Text for Designing. Below 7 Typography Principles of Typographic Contrasts were...

  • 5 Elements of Bad Typography That Designer Should Avoid
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    5 Elements of Bad Typography That Designer Should Avoid

    Elements of Bad Typography: Just like Good Typography is all around us, the Same thing with Bad Typography which is also everywhere. When looking at the typographic design, there are 5 elements of bad typography where you can potentially go wrong. Any one of these, if not handled properly, can create confusion where there should be none. Related articles : Typography Principles – 10 Golden Rules to Combining Fonts Typography Tips: 10 Rules of Typography in Web Design Top 5 The Most...

  • 17 Habits of a Bad Graphic Designer
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    17 Habits of a Bad Graphic Designer

    Yes, We’re talking about a bad graphic designer and their bad design techniques. But we’re not here to criticize anybody or to find faults. Our sole aim of compiling this list of habits of a bad graphic designer is to give an insight of the common mistakes that you might be doing while designing. Read this, 5 Elements of Bad Typography That Designer Should Avoid Every designer at some point in his life must’ve been into following some of these...

  • Design Principle - 10 Golden Rules to Combining Fonts
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    Font Combining Principles – Top 10 Font Combinations Golden Rules

    Top 10 Font combinations golden rules a designer to follow for typography designing. Use these principles for combining font to create your own beautiful designs. Picking the right fonts and combining them together can be challenge even for seasoned designers. Have you ever noticed that designers normally use only a couple of typefaces in all their work? Different fonts convey distinct emotions, moods and can provide a clear sense of your company culture and professionalism just as quickly as when using...

  • Psychology Books for Every Designer
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    5 Psychology Books for Every Designer: Fodder for Your Creativity

    Have you ever thought that reading books can help in designing better? Wondered why psychology books for every designer are so popular?? A designer should always be learning continuously. The technology, the taste of the people is ever changing, so a designer must be up-to-date with all the changes. Adapting to these changes is required to keep the designer in the market. No one likes to maintain an obsolete technology thing. Everything around us continues to evolve, and so will...

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