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Weekend Presentation: Typographic Design in the Digital Domain

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We ended the week in a very typographic mood, so let's continue in that vein. In this short film Erik Spiekermann talks with Elliot Jay Stocks about how typography is used in the digital domain and what digital designers can learn from traditional print techniques.


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