A book about basic typography with a “circuiting” twist.

circuiting Typography

Da n i e l A r t u r o N a r a n j o - M o r e t t

circuiting Typography

Da n i e l A r t u r o N a r a n j o - M o r e t t

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By Daniel Artuto Naranjo-Morett All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission from the publisher (or in the case of photocopying in Canada, without a licence from Cancopy, the Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency). Critics, however, are welcome to quote brief passages by way of criticism and review.

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D e dic ate d to my family w ho suppor ted me through this ver y rough year for us. To my friend and her family and my teachers that helped and understood.

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Contents

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07 Alphabetic Symbols Alignment Grid System Contrast 17 Typographical Terms Paragraph St yles Kerning Leading 27 Widows & Orphans Hierarchy Dashes Quotations

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Alphabetic Symbols Alignment Grid System Contrast

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a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ! ¡ @ # \$ % & ( ) _ - – — + = [ ] ? \ / { } “ . , > < ~ Á Ä É Ë Í Ï Ñ Ó Ö Ú Ü á ä é ë í ï ñ ó ö ú ü

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right align A tex t which is flush right margin visually form s a ver tic al line, while the lef t hand m a r g i n i s r a g g e d ( i r r e g u l a r) . Frutiger 7/14 +100

centered Centered tex t is when a tex t column is centered, each line is s e parately ce nte re d within the specified limit s of the column. Frutiger 7/14 +100

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justified Justified tex t is when the line s are aligne d b oth to the lef t and right margins. The increase in spacing should occur only between the words, not between the let ters.

Frutiger 7/14 +100

left align Te x t t h a t i s v e r t i c a l l y a l i g n e d o n i t â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s l e f t- h a n d s i d e . O n t h e r i g h thand side, a ragged alignment is used, with or without word breaks. Frutiger 7/14 +100

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Modules

COLU M NS

The individual units

Ver tic al group s of

of space separated by

modules spanning

regular intervals,

acros s the live area.

which create columns

T he se c an have similar

and rows when repeated in a pattern.

or var ying widths.

3 M A RGINS

The space between the format edge and the live area. Margins ac t as a negative space to give air around the live area as well as for subordin a t e i n f o r m a t i o n s u c h a s m a r ke r s .

4 F LOWLINES ( h a n g l i n e s )

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Alignments that break the live area i n t o h o r i zo n t a l b a n d s , c r e a t i n g a consistent star ting or ending point

SP ATI A L Z ONES

for information.

Group s of module s that form spaces for images, headlines or tex t.

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Typographical Terms Paragraph St yles Kerning Leading

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U p p er c a s e

Circuiting Cr o s s B a r

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St e m

Throat

Lo w er c a s e Cap Height X-Height Baseline

Ascender

Typography Bowl

Descender

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I n t e r lo c k

Margins

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Indent

Exdent

P i lc r ow ¶

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-12

-9

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C ircuiting -10

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Widows & Orphans Hierarchy Dashes Quotations

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Widow is the last line of a paragraph standing alone in a new column or on a new page. If this line is full or almost f u ll , a n d i s n o t f o ll o w e d i m m e d i a t e l y b y a blank line, it is acceptable. O ther wise a solution should be found, especially if it is only one or a few words; the text should not remain in this form.

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A n o r p ha n i s th e f ir s t lin e of a p a ra g ra p h at the bot tom of a page or column. In general this should be avoided.

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SPACE

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Color Contrast Weight

Position

Size

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Hyphen

Em- Dash

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En- Dash

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;Creating something out of thin air is easy.

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It’s finding the air that’s

hard.”

-A sher Trotter

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C o lo p h o n Bound by FedEx Ep s o n H e a v y We i g ht M a t t e Frutiger L i g ht Italic Roman Bold Bold Italic

T h i n k i n g W i t h Ty p e Ellen Lupton

L e t t e r F o u nt a i n Joep Pohlen

Sy l l a b u s D a v i d H a ke

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Circuiting through Typography

Type 2 book

Circuiting through Typography

Type 2 book