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Virtual typography

Autore: Matthias Hillner
Editore: Lausanne, Switzerland : AVA Publishing, ©2009.
Serie: Basics typography, 01.
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : EnglishVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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Basics Typography: Virtual Typography addresses a fundamentally new form of typographical communication. The book explores the visual arrangement of words and letters in the context of multimedia. Here, this arrangement is not simply a spatial positioning of text information - it is also bound by time. The increasing use of moving, v̀irtual' type can help to harmonise this time-based presentation of words on screen.  Per saperne di più…
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Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Matthias Hillner
ISBN: 9782940373994 294037399X
Numero OCLC: 310157990
Descrizione: 183 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contenuti: From visual poetry to modern typography : Visual poetry ; Dada ; Futurism ; Constructivism ; Bauhaus and De Stijl ; Concrete poetry --
Approaching multimedia : Kinetic typography and motion typography ; Temporal and transitional typography ; Information landscapes ; Novelty value ; The borderline between image and art --
Typography, information and communication : Communicative stages ; The perception of time-based information ; Intelligibility ; Static information and motion graphics ; Towards a definition of virtual typography --
Digital typography : The digital revolution ; Swiss Punk and the Pacific Wave ; New trends in Europe ; Technology and beyond ; The 'cult of the scratchy' ; Multidisciplinary design ; Coded typography --
Typography and the process of reading : Word recognition and Bouma shapes ; Serial and parallel letter recognition ; Saccadic eye movements ; The prospective interpretation of text contents ; Time consciousness ; The dialectics of transition --
The significance of ambiguity : The medium and the message ; Time-based ambiguity ; Ambiguity and memory ; Information overload ; The characteristics of virtual typography ; The virtual and the digital ; In haste there is error.
Titolo della serie: Basics typography, 01.
Responsabilità: Matthias Hillner.

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Addresses a fundamentally fresh form of typographical communication. This book explores the visual arrangement of words and letters in the context of multimedia. It touches on work from a variety of  Per saperne di più…

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