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The Open Type format is, put simply, a standard "wrapper" for font information. The font information itself, i.e. the font outlines, can be either Truetype or CFF/Postscript, which use different kids of curves (different mathematical ways to define the curves). Truetype flavored means the outlines are in truetype format. More information on the OpenType ...


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It looks like a (not very well done) copy of P22's Johnston Underground. Note the single story 'a' and 'g'. The 'Y' and 'G' are different. The 'N' is also notably narrower.


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Definition: technical /teknək(ə)l/ Involving, or as used in applied and industrial sciences. A Technical font Technical would be a standardized font for drawing technical documents, road signage, license plates etc. Or a font that mimics technical lettering. This is not widely known definition but it is defined enough to have a semi accurate meaning, ...


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Honestly, do whatever looks best—that being said, you should use the normal punctuation in the body of the quote. Using different quotation marks isn't unheard of, they are usually styled differently to the body of the quote anyway. Just search for 'Pull quote design' in your favourite search engine: Using punctuation from a different typeface in the ...


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I don't think its that big of a deal, I'm sure it will go unnoticed. Once you know the rules, break em :p


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Being myself a graphic designer with some background (a BSc) in psych, my take is that typography has always associated with human cognition, with or without the awareness of the designer/typographer who designs the font or any piece that involves typography. Cognition involves things such as recognition, i.e. how to recongise shapes, associate them and ...


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A typeface is an idea — an original creative thought that carries with it descriptors and traits. It can only be described, though, until you find a way to manifest it. Draw it on paper, render it in wood or metal, and nowadays, create a digital version. Now it's a font. A typeface is the creative idea. A font is the manifestation thereof. (Same with a ...



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