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Kai Mertens zu FagoAchtung Rob: Du nutzt eine illegale Version der Fago, die "_NO". Es handelt sich um ein "Remake" und nicht um die Schrift, die von Ole Schäfer entwickelt wurde. Kauft euch doch ein paar lizensierte Schnitte, dann bist du dein "Abstandsproblem" los. Ole Schäfer zu Fago «T» und «Y» erzeugen im Versalsatz immer die größten optischen Löcher. Dies ist dem Wesen von Schrift geschuldet: Man richtet sich im Satz immer nach dem größten Abstand (Tschichold), den optischen Ausgleich macht man per Hand. Wenn man eine Schrift automatisch für den Versalsatz ausrichten würde, würden sich alle beschweren, das alles zu weit auseinander steht.

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80 top-quality typography tutorials Whether you're a creative director, illustrator or web developer – whatever your discipline, typography is an essential part of design. There are hundreds of paid-for and free fonts available these days, but when it comes to the art of type, you can never stop learning about it or improving your typography skills. To help you out, we've gathered together the most amazing typography tutorials from around the web, which are bound to help you raise your type skills to the next level. In this post, you'll find typography tutorials in the following areas: The basics and advanced typography skills (1-11)Web typography skills (12-16)Typography in Illustrator (17-23)Adding colour to your type (24-28)Learn type through games (29-31)3D text effects (32-38)Fire up your type (39-41)Snow and ice effects (42-44)Make your type metallic (45-49)Eye-catching type effects (50-58)Design your own type (59-65)Make a typography poster (66-68)Illustrative typography (69-82) Let's get started!

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