Typography

Typography,

Definition of Typography:

  1. Study of the design of typefaces, and the way in which the type is laid out on a page to best achieve the desired visual effect and to best convey the meaning of the reading matter.

  2. The style and appearance of printed matter.

Synonyms of Typography

Albertype, Book printing, Chromotypography, Chromotypy, Chromoxylography, Collotype, Color printing, Electronography, Electrostatic printing, Graphic arts, Gravure, Halftone engraving, History of printing, Job printing, Letterpress, Letterpress photoengraving, Line engraving, Lithography, Lithogravure, Lithophotogravure, Mimeograph, Offset, Offset lithography, Onset, Palaeotypography, Photo-offset, Photochemical process, Photoengraving, Photogelatin process, Photographic reproduction, Photography, Photolithography, Phototypography, Phototypy, Photozincography, Planographic printing, Planography, Printing, Printmaking, Publication, Publishing, Relief printing, Rotary photogravure, Rotogravure, Sheetwork, Stencil, Three-color printing, Two-color printing, Typolithography, Wood-block printing, Xerography, Xeroprinting, Xylotypography, Zincography

How to use Typography in a sentence?

  1. The typography which the newspaper employed was very visually appealing and made it easy to scan quickly down columns through articles.
  2. It is more than a matter of typography and layout.
  3. The typography of a sentence can convey many emotions, like using bold to embellish a point, using all capital letters to convey shouting, or using italics to give background information.
  4. Working with the report editor was sometimes a trying situation, as he wanted the typography of each page to not only be pleasing to the eye, but to be clearly understood.

Meaning of Typography & Typography Definition