“Good typography demands that the designer perceive very small differences”

Betty Binns, Better Type (p. 8):

I believe that by learning what the subtle details are and by learning to pay close attention to them, any designer concerned with typography can learn to use type in ways that are more readable, more beautiful, and, most importantly, more expressive of their graphic intent.

  • Shared by Tim Brown on April 15, 2014. Last updated on April 16, 2014.

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