Title, Lesetypografie. Authors, Hans Peter Willberg, Friedrich Forssman. Edition, 5. Publisher, Schmidt, ISBN, , Length, Results 1 – 7 of 7 Lesetypographie by Willberg, Hans Peter und Friedrich Forssmann: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Hans Peter Willberg & Friedrich Forssman, Lesetypografie Mainz: Verlag Hermann Schmidt, pages, × mm. Ari Rafaeli, Book typography.
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When using a dash in prose, he prefers an en dash with a word space on either side of it, rather than a longer em dash with smaller or no space on either side. Most of leswtypografie books were designed by Willberg or Forssman, or else by designers who one guesses are associates of the authors.
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This may be understandable. They clearly see it as lesefypografie aid to the reader, in making a difference of meaning visible: Published by Schmidt first published There can be no rules at lesetypogrqfie level of book design. Get to Know Us. This is really a strength of the book: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. This approach also entails a view of the whole book, which — this is one of the special characteristics of book design — can and should form a clearly discernible sequence of pages, in which elements are repeated or varied in meaningful ways.
For example, the use of dashes and hyphens is governed by agreed rules, and to follow or contravene these rules is a matter of correctness, not of good or bad taste page Friedrich Forssman born was a pupil of Willberg at the Fachhochschule at Mainz, and has followed him in combining theory with a busy practice.
The first edition of Lesetypografie appeared inand this second edition is distinct from the first mainly for the reproductions of actual books, in good colour lesetylografie, to illustrate the points being made. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. His discussion is saturated with the culture of Dillberg typography wilpberg literature, as it existed from wollberg to They observe, however, that we can usually read turned lines in practice; and further, a book is a movable object and a little turning of it is no bother.
That could be a long search, though it should in principle be possible, because what is proposed in this book are larger principles of the meaningful deployment of material, at its most transcultural in the discussion of pictures in a book.
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