Making Digital Type Look Good

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Watson-Guptill Publications, 2001 - Design - 191 pages
Digital typography offers a limitless range of customizable features. This time -and work-saver provides hundreds of practical type models, showing the range of settings presented by today's most popular design software.

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Bob Gordon has written for major publications in the United States and England. His previous works include books about beloved Philadelphia teams like the 1960 Eagles and the 1985 Villanova Wildcats. He is also an executive communication coach and strategist, respected travel and restaurant writer, humor columnist, French tutor, and guitar teacher/performer.

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