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While You’re Reading

Gerard Unger, Translated by Harry Lake

  • Page Count: 240
  • Size: 6.75 x 9.5 inches
  • Format: Casebound, with dust jacket
  • Publication Date: June 2007
  • Price: $34.95
  • ISBN: 978-0-9762245-1-8

This book is about everything that happens prescription priligy visit us buying priligy online while you’re reading – in front of your eyes and inside your head – and about what type designers, typographers and graphic designers bring to a page to make reading happen.

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Renowned type designer Gerard Unger distills decades of design experience into a playful, accessible text that reflects the range of his professional projects, from designing the fonts read daily by millions in USA Today to being responsible for the look of the highway and metro signs in the Netherlands valium overnight buy valium online no prescription today buy valium mexico .

For Unger, regardless of the application, designers should always consider two important questions: How is it possible to read without seeing any letters? To what extent do all readers possess hidden typographic knowledge? Keeping these two core ideas in mind, Unger explores such topics as legibility, invisible typography, pattern recognition, the reading process, the ergonomics of letterforms, the universe of signs, negative space and typographic illusions buy accutane canada click here buy accutane online no prescription today .

The most seasoned typographers and designers will find as much value in this order xanax first-ever English translation as beginners and the curious who have always wondered how reading happens.

Gerard Unger teaches as visiting Professor at The University of Reading, UK, Department of Typography and Graphic Communication, and taught at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam, until January 2007 ativan without prescription buy ativan mexico order ativan online . As of September 2006, visit us is Professor of Typography at the University of Leiden buy valium nz buy valium online usa buy valium paypal . Working as a freelance designer since 1975, he has designed stamps, coins, magazines, newspapers, books, logos, corporate identities, annual reports and other diazepam online and many typefaces buy ambien paypal buy ambien online canada cheap ambien overnight delivery .