The term typography refers to the style, arrangement, appearance, and design of typefaces and typeset material. In this book, Sassoon rightly assumes that typography now extends way beyond words printed on paper, and in particular to the world of computers, where alphanumeric information displayed on a screen is often as important as printed output. Both forms of typography are dealt with here. The book consists of eleven chapters, written by a variety of different authors, and grouped together into five main sections, each one covering a different aspect of typography.
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