From movie title sequences (opens in new tab) to great web typography (opens in new tab), there's plenty to learn about type on screen. In an ever-expanding digital world, fonts really need to look their best when it comes to viewing on PCs, Macs, tablets and phones. 'Type on Screen' is long awaited follow-up bestseller 'Thinking with Type (opens in new tab)' by Ellen Lupton.
The book is a definitive guide to using classic typographic concepts of form and structure to make dynamic compositions for screen-based applications. It's not a software manual or a book packed full of technical tutorials; it's more of a handbook packed full of advice that surverys new design principles created through digital platforms.
Covering a broad range of technologies, from electronic publications and websites to videos and mobile devices, it's the perfect go-to for any typographer or developer. The book isn't available until the beginning of June but we can tell that's it's already going to be a hit.
Find out more over on the Abrams and Chronicle website (opens in new tab).
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