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Drop Caps and Initial Letters

Drop Caps and Initial Letters

| June 26, 2013 | 5 Comments

Drop caps and initials are an effective way of grabbing readers attention because they add personality and visual strength to the page. Though, there is a slight difference between them. Drop caps drop below the baseline and initials sit on the baseline but are much bigger than the body text.     Both, naturally signify […]

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How to Kern Type?

How to Kern Type?

| April 27, 2013 | 2 Comments

When working with type there are several things you must take care of. One such thing is kerning. By definition kerning is adjusting the spacing between two characters. It is commonly confused with tracking which is adjusting spacing between more than two characters. We will write about tracking in one of our next articles.   […]

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