20 things web designers can learn from print design

Long before the all singing, all dancing, click-me-now world of the internet arrived, print designers were making layouts which embraced the power of typography, image selection, and simplicity.

Traditionally, advice is given to a print designer who is transitioning to life as an online creative. But the tools and tricks of a print designer are highly transferable to the online world. Their typographic practices in particular can help take a web page from dull to pro in a few CSS tweaks.

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