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Original or revival? Text or display? Serif or sans serif?

Original or revival? Text or display? Serif or sans serif?: Learning Type Design
Original or revival? Text or display? Serif or sans serif?: Learning Type Design

Display typefaces are meant for use at larger sizes and for a short amount of text. They can be ornate and/or highly detailed. Text typefaces are meant for use at smaller sizes and for extended amounts of text. Revival type designs are based on previously created fonts and may involve copyright issues. Original designs are just that. Both serif and sans serif present design challenges. The challenges are different, but about equally matched in terms of effort.

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Design Typography

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