Whether you realize it or not, you're designing every day. It might be a simple document, an updated resume, or a presentation, but either way you're making design choices, in particular about typefaces and layout. These decisions can have a significant impact that makes your work more compelling, or they can turn it into a boring, lifeless turd. Here's how you can use a few simple design principles to quickly improve the way you use type and layout in your everyday work.
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