Digital Tutors - Improving Typographic Proficiency for Graphic Design with Eddie Russell
English | 1h 44m | AVC 1280x720 15 fps | AAC 188 Kbps 44.1 KHz | 615 MB
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate




For Graphic Designers, typography is a part of nearly every project we touch. With it playing such a prominent role in our day-to-day work, it should go without saying that being proficient with type is an absolute must.

To begin this tutorial, we will learn about choosing appropriate typefaces for our work and how those typefaces communicate to our audience. We will learn about things like the space in and around type as well as some things that we should be aware of when it comes to type that can cause unnecessary eye strain on our viewing audience.

To wrap this tutorial up, we will learn about how the typographic needs for a logo were met by simply creating a custom set of letterforms that fit the concept for a logo.

After completing this training, not only will you will begin to view the usage of type in your graphic design projects differently but you will begin to ask questions when evaluating your type that will help you to communicate a concept to your audience with more clarity.

10 Lessons

1. Introduction and project overview
2. Communicating effectively with type
3. Type and grids
4. Type and space
5. Type and eye strain
6. Using type with logos
7. Font exploration and sketching
8. Tracing the lines of the logo and live painting
9. Separation of thick and thin lines
10. Choosing and applying color

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