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Jessica Glaser is an academic from the University of Wolverhampton in the UK. She is a practicing graphic designer and prolific design writer. Her numerous books, many written in partnership with Carolyn Knight, focus on topics including the use of space in graphic design, mnemonics and memory devices and the understanding and creation of visual hierarchy. Her company Bright Pink Communication Design works in areas including healthcare, construction, education, financial services and the public sector.
In this article, we’ll take you on a thought-provoking journey through carefully selected Web designs. Certainly, these websites have some captivating interactivity; however, the selection of type and the typographic styling and spacing are the reasons why we chose them for this piece.
In the context of typography, considering composition and grid structure is also important. Composition and grid structure are vital factors in effective communication with type. Read more...