The Good Page articles/posts are written for writers, editors, students, and others who wish to learn more about design and typography.
- That Others May Read What We Write
Introduction to Five Basic Principles of Graphic Design: Contrast, White Space, Repetition, Alignment, and Proximity.
- Consider the Grid
Grid Systems for Page Layout
- Design-It-Yourself & Uncolonized Minds
The Design-It-Yourself Movement in the U.S. and graphic designers of the Global South
- Letterform Basics
Letterform Basics: Serifs, SanSerifs, Script & Display Typefaces; Parts of a Letter: descender, ascender, baseline. x-height, etc.
- The All-Caps Hazard for Writers
What is the problem with ALL CAPS?
- Between the Lines with MS Word
How to use good typography principles in Microsoft Word
- Rags & Justified Text
Introduction to text alignment, justified text, word-spacing, letter-spacing, and white space
- Digital Type & the Brush
Big Brush Calligraphy Workshop with Barbara Bash
- Good Rags No Widows No Orphans
In typography, what is a rag? What is a good rag? And why should we care?
- Big Screen Behind You
Public Speaking need not be a nightmare with or without slides
- Gertrude Stein & Slides
Some thoughts on using slides to provide information in public presentations
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