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I really enjoyed Great Rock and Roll Pauses, mostly due to how unique it is in telling a compelling story. I think that it success comes from the…

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I thought these two stories we read were very short and to the point. It makes me worry when it comes to writing my typographic stories because I…

Typography Blog — Aaron Birch

Upon my first few glances, I already feel like my mind knows how to use words to imply space, rhythm and time. By allowing such a stark contrast…

Johnny Fairchild Typographical Blog Post

I really enjoyed reading through the two different readings and seeing the interesting and creative ways that the authors were able to present their material. I didn’t fully…

Collin Hill Blog 3 – Typographical Experimentations in my Story

Using structure and spacing within typography can create fascinating results in dramatic storytelling, as it seems after reading “Diagrammatic Writing” and the “Great Rock n’Roll Pauses.” Whether it…

Typography

This week our blog is on creating structure, sequence, emphasis, pacing and rhythm with type alone. So right away I am leaning toward the information so eloquently provided by…

Blog Post June 29 2016

All the diagrammatic writing was about was spacing, positioning, and point size.  And it was great! Only some of the things that the piece talks about like headers,…

Blog Post #3

A few inspirations that I got from reading Diagrammatic Writing was when it talking about bold and italics signifying different emotions and the space of the text from…

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While I haven’t had enough time to read all the way through both of the works yet I definitely have found them useful.  Specifically I have been getting…

Typography At Its Finest: My Takeaway from Drucker and Egan

Typography is an element largely unconsidered in classic literary studies, and while the reason may not be apparent or even discernible the effect is a clear expectation of…