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Practical Typography by Matthew Butterick

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Practical Typography
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Publisher: practicaltypography.com

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A few hun­dred years of type and ty­pog­ra­phy have es­tab­lished rules that only a fool would ig­nore. For all those who need to com­mu­ni­cate clear­ly and even add a mod­icum of aes­thet­ic val­ue to their mes­sages, this pub­li­ca­tion pro­vides everything you al­ways want­ed to ask but didn't know how to.

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