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A wonderful old book, well-worth keeping an eye out for is Better Type: Learn to see subtle distinctions in the faces and the spaces of text type. Achieve legible, beautiful, and expressive type every time. by Betty Binn.


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You can try Lynda.com it is one of the oldest. I found excerpt from this course on youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPCIdtrDagc These days Canva is quite popular. The platform itself is quite user friendly. https://designschool.canva.com/blog/typography-design/ Typography is a practice and will improve with your design sense. Try to look out for ...


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A list of fonts that support the Unicode Currency Symbols Block, which contains currency symbols not part of more general blocks (i.e. Basic Latin that contains $ or Latin-1 that contains £) can be found here: Font Support for Unicode Block 'Currency Symbols' A list of all unicode currency symbols can be seen here—from which you can see which blocks ...


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Its better to use ASCII or Unicode, because this fonts or character are already built-in in most of the operating systems that we have today and it has a standard so you don't have problem rendering them in most software you are using. Unicode is a way that a user can insert special characters on a computer and we are doing it even in applications like ...


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It's sensible to use characters, not a font. What if the font doesn't work somewhere? This caught my grandmother out when she wrote her book. She used a font for hebrew characters, and this font didn't print out - so some random letters were used instead. Instead, you should use the unicode characters. This page has them all, and a selection are below: ...



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