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1.01A – What typefaces should be used for various displays?????
For this section, choose among the following typefaces Serif Sans serif Decorative/Ornamental Script 2
Use this typeface for announcements (graduation & other formal announcements). Script (Example of Brush Script)
Use this typeface for headlines on flyers or advertisements. Decorative/Ornamental (Example of Chiller)
Use this typeface for webpages and on-screen/digital displays. Sans Serif (Example of Arial)
Use this typeface for body text in business publications and correspondence. Serif (Example of Times New Roman)
Use this typeface for text in a magazine article. Serif (Example of Bodoni )
Symbols and logos are found in this typeface. Decorative/Ornamental (Example of Webding )
Use this typeface for formal invitations and place cards. Script (Example of Lucinda Handwriting)
Use this typeface for captions on pictures. Sans Serif (Example of Verdana)
Use this typeface for poetry. Script (Example of French Script)
This typeface can be hard to read. Decorative/ Ornamental (Example of Engravers MT)
Use this typeface for text in newspapers. Serif (Example of Courier)
Use this typeface for on-line headings and headlines Sans Serif ( Berlin Sans Gill Sans )
Use this typeface sparingly. Decorative/ Ornamental ( Example of Broadway )
Use this typeface for text in books and newsletters. Serif (Example of Goudy)
1.01A – Basic Typography – Font Face Information
This term describes the basic design of a character. typeface
The specific size (points), weight (blackness or whiteness) and style applied to a typeface together define a: font
When referring to the slant, weight and special effects applied to the text, such as bold or italics, you mean: Font Style
What is a group of similarly formatted characters? (different sizes, weights and variations of a typeface) Font Family
22 Examples of a font family: Arial Arial Black Arial Narrow Arial Rounded MT Bold
What are the four typeface categories? Serif, sans serif, script/cursive, decorative/ornamental
Which typeface category includes attributes/strokes at the tips of the letter? Serif
What are examples of serif font styles, and which is one is most popular? Bodoni Century Schoolbook Courier New Goudy Times New Roman **#1
What font style is used for business correspondence as well as text for magazine articles, books, newspapers and newsletters? Serif, of course!!
What is are the recommended point sizes for body text? 10-12 points
What typeface has no attributes (strokes, serifs) at the tips of a letter? Sans Serif
Used for web pages, digital display, headings and captions, give examples of popular sans serif fonts: Arial, Veranda Tahoma
What typeface appears to have been written by hand or with a calligraphy pen? Script or Cursive
On what documents should script font be used? Invitations, calling cards, poetry, announcements
SHOULD SCRIPT/CURSIVE FONT BE KEYED IN ALL CAPITAL LETTERS? NOOOOOO!
What typeface should be used to sparingly to “catch the eye” on flyer headlines and for logo symbols? Ornamental or Decorative
Give examples of ornamental or decorative fonts….. Chiller, Broadway & (Webdings)
1.01B – Type Effects
When each character takes up the same amount of space, the font is said to be: Monospaced
A popular type of monospaced font is __________, and it is often used in biology and computer programming publications. Courier
When the space each character takes up is adjusted to the width of that character, the spacing is: proportional
Are Times New Roman and Arial considered proportional? Yes, indeed.
Which font is easier to read in publications and takes up less space? (monospaced or proportional) proportional
Which font makes similar characters look more different and makes it easier to see thin punctuation marks? (monospaced or proportional) monospaced
Also referred to expanded or condensed, the vertical spacing between lines of text is called this. leading
43 A possible use for leading Make a block of text fit in a space that is larger or smaller than a text block.
What feature would you use to add or subtract space between pairs of letters (horizontal space)? kerning
This is used to adjust space for groups of letters AND entire blocks of text to make the text more open and airy. Tracking
What features would you use to slightly increase or decrease the length of a column of text so it is even with an adjacent column? Leading and/or tracking
1.02A – Principles of Design Away We Go!!!
Negative or blank space of any color to give a design room to breathe; draws attention to publication. White space
Use of big & small elements, black & white text, squares and circles to emphasize important information. Contrast
Elements of a design are centered or evenly divided both vertically and horizontally. Symmetrical balance
Elements radiate from or swirl around in a circular or spiral path. Radial balance
Off-center alignment created with an odd or mismatched number of elements Asymmetrical
Repeat some aspect of the design throughout the entire layout to aid navigation and improve readability. Repetition/ Consistency
Visually dividing the page into thirds vertically and/or horizontally; place the most important elements within those thirds. Rule of thirds
Grouping of elements to demonstrate their relationship to each other. Proximity/ Unity
This is the spot the eye sees when it first encounters a page. Optical Center
Where is the optical/vertical center located? Slightly above & to right of mathematical center of page
What is the visual path the eye follows when looking at a printed page? Z-pattern
What design principle gives a design breathing room & smoothes transition between elements? White Space
Can “White Space” include space between characters, lines, paragraphs, margins, etc.? Absolutely!
What design principle aids navigation and improves readability? Repetition/ Consistency
What color is “white space”? ANY color
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