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Title : Annotation and Color Student: Chaitanya Allu University : University of Cumberlands Course name : Analyzing and Visualizing Data Course number : ITS530 Professor : Dr. Dexter Francis Date :03/18/2018
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Typography Typography is the art and technique of arranging type, type refers to letters and characters. Where letters and characters arrangement determines size of point, length of line, and spacing[Hub18].Words and text are all around us every day in almost everything we do. Graphic designers are responsible for, the way our brouchers, logos and websites look. Better the work results more effective designs. How a message is conveyed determines font and character arrangement. We use the word “typeface” to describe the creative work (i.e., what you see). Good typeface is how does it work with our designed layout, grid, scheme teacakes difference from bad and great typefaces. Some of the most important typographic considerations are as follows:Some are fat and wide whereas some are thin and narrow. So, words set in different typefaces can take up a very different amount of space on the page. The most common method used to measure type is the point system, which dates back to the 18th century. One point is 1/72 inch. 12 points make one pica, a unit used to measure column widths. Type sizes can also be measured in inches, millimeters, or pixels. Leading Leading describes the vertical space between each line of type. It's called this because strips of lead were originally used to separate lines of type in the days of metal typesetting.
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  • Spring '18
  • Dr. Dexter Francis
  • Complementary color, color scheme, color schemes

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