Join Laura Franz for an in-depth discussion in this video Analyzing the modernist typographic elements on the professional sites, part of Typography for Web Designers.
In this chapter we've learned a lot about shaping the typographic page.…We've try to create more architectural space, added a meaningful background image, and…thoughtfully set our links within the structure of a modernist inspired page.…Now it's a good time to ask, how do professional designers use modernist…elements on their sites?…Are any of the pages only modernist or do the site tend to mix and match…traditional and modernist elements?…subtraction.com is a modernist site.…
In addition to using a sans serif font it creates architectural space. Space is…as important as content.…It breaks into the content area, helping to create hierarchy.…subtraction.com also uses a very controlled eight column grid. Let me show you.…Notice how the name of the site lines up with the word Home and lines up with the date.…Notice how categories lines up with the title down here.…Notice how the black square lines up with archives. If we scroll down, that lines…up with the text down along this area.…
You can also come across here and notice how the search box lines up with the…
- Understanding how good typography promotes reading
- Choosing web-safe fonts
- Applying web fonts in CSS with @font-face
- Adding and applying the Google Fonts syntax
- Finding and applying a good font size, line height, and line length
- Improving a color palette by improving contrast and reducing optical vibration
- Understanding how people mentally organize, or chunk, visual elements
- Applying a system of hierarchy in HTML and CSS
- Applying vertical spacing in CSS
- Adding emphasis within a heading
- Understanding classic and modernist typographic pages
- Adding a list of links
- Creating drop caps
- Fixing quotation marks, apostrophes, and dashes
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Typography with CSS in Dreamweaverwith Joseph Lowery2h 30m Intermediate
Creative Inspirations: Doyald Young, Logotype Designerwith Doyald Young1h 41m Appropriate for all
1. Using Fonts to Communicate the Meaning of a Word or Headline
2. Using Fonts for Text
3. Maximizing Readability
4. Visually Chunking Text
5. Shaping a Page Using Typography
6. Shaping a Traditional Typographic Page
7. Shaping a Modernist Typographic Page
8. Attending to the Typographic Details
Additional resources3m 9s
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