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Typographic Layout

Erich Shelton

This covers areas of typography with regards to layout and design principles. Effective layouts help your audience to notice and decide to examine your design, find the information they are seeking and will help them understand the information you are presenting.

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2.a principle in design where elements in a layout are made more prominent than others to attract attention
7.the placement of objects in relation to one another
8.refers to the way it looks - i.e. balance, unity, contrast, colour, etc.
9.information independent from the body text, set apart and sometimes enclosed in a box
11.a line or short passage that explains or describes a neighbouring image or graphic
13.the title of an article or layout used to draw attention
14.text that runs along the top margin of multiple pages of a publication
16.the placement of text and objects on a page
17.theory which explains the different ways our brains group shapes, colours, and textures
20.a quotation that is longer than a few lines
21.an arrangement of data organized into a grid of rows and columns
1.the order of importance of elements within a layout
3.a series of related items
4.the variation between a character's thickest and thinnest stroke weight
5.a sentence, quoted from the body text and set apart and in larger point size
6.text that runs along the bottom margin of multiple pages of a publication
10.the message or information that is meant to be conveyed in a design
12.the name of an item in illustrations, indicated by a line or arrow
15.page number
18.secondary headline that subdivides and organizes body text

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