William Hazlitt, the 19th century English literary critic, once said, “Rules and models destroy genius and art.”
Although typography is an art and art is supposed to be about creativity and freedom, we know every art form has a certain foundation. And even if you’re going to break the rules, you have to know them first.
These are the 10 Commandments of Typography, fundamental guidelines meant to help make your selections or designs pleasing to the eye.
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