In a hidden valley

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In a hidden valley

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3 thoughts on “In a hidden valley

  1. Robert Schwarz dice:

    I keep wondering lately how long it is until “on-screen legibility in mind” is just “designed for legibility” because most design will be for screens first and print second.

    1. George Olaru dice:

      I agree with supporting type designers. I wish more of them let me serve their fish in my restaurant. This is changing for the better though.

  2. Andrew Fiorillo dice:

    I have found that simplifying terminology and dumbing things down for clients whilst judging their level of awareness works helps it stick.

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