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Type That Really Talks

Understanding that fonts have feelings might just help you convince, convey, and communicate a little bit better

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WeWe all use fonts, almost every day. Font is just one of the many powerful tools designers use to visually communicate a message. Some say that type is only as powerful as the words it displays, but I would argue that type is much more than…




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Jonny Gibson

Jonny Gibson

Thoughts on design, psychology and typography. Often at the same time.

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