Typography always seems to be an underrated topic when it comes to web designing. In a world where your website becomes your identity, you could either choose to be the elegant, educated prince or the ignorant pauper. And yes, typography can make that difference. The design and the readability of your website is completely dependent on good practice typography. For those newbies to web design, typography predominantly has to do with the very way your website looks and feels – Its not just fonts and font size, there is a lot more to learn.

  1. Emphasize on the Typeface
  2. Using the Grid
  3. White Space Balance
  4. Size Does Matter
  5. Line Spacing
  6. Measure
  7. Text Alignment
  8. Font
  9. Single Font per Sentence… at least
  10. Font size
  11. Allow for Font Size Increase
  12. Quotation and Apostrophe Marks
  13. Limit your Fonts
  14. Use "–" instead of "–"
  15. Serif for Headlines and Sans-Serif for the Body
  16. Ellipsis
  17. Shoot Properly
  18. Color

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