TYP 4.0 Illegibility

“Legibility was considered to be untouchable for centuries. The approach to type design emphasized clarity over expression, and typographers were supposed

“Legibility was considered to be untouchable for centuries. The approach to type design emphasized clarity over expression, and typographers were supposed to be invisible. Typography, often defined as a craft, a fine art, a science, and now also as a business, tries to deal with il-legibility, for which there is not any accurate definition. Throughout this book, I will be using the term legibility as a quality of reading in a piece of graphic design.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE