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Subject:typography (online) From:Ronald Lee Stone <ston0030 -at- GOLD -dot- TC -dot- UMN -dot- EDU> Date:Sun, 16 Apr 1995 21:10:23 -0500
A few more sources on typography. Some of the related concepts can
apply to online docs and GUIs. However, AFAIK, we are still waiting
for the results of studies on online typography and design. Please
correct me if I am wrong.
Keyes, Elizabeth. RTypography, Color, and Information Structure.S
_Technical Communication 40.4_ (1993): 638-654. (see bib also)
Paterson, Donald G., and Miles A. Tinker. _How to Make Type Readable:
A Manual for Typographers, Printers and Advertisers._ New York:
Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1940.
Shaw, Alison. _Print For Partial Sight._ London: The Library
Tufte, Edward R., _The Visual Display of Quantitative Information._
Cheshire, Connecticut: Graphics Press, 1983.
Tufte, Edward R., _Envisioning Information._ Cheshire, Connecticut:
Graphics Press, 1990.
Ronald L. Stone : ston0030 -at- gold -dot- tc -dot- umn -dot- edu : (612) 644-9706
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