While rummaging through my old files I came across this typography diagram I designed in a typography class way back in art school at The University of Alabama.
We had to create a diagram based on our recently gained knowledge of the intricate parts of letter forms.
Looking back I realize my design was a little rickety, but the info was there and it was enough to get the grade I needed to move on.
The Anatomy of a typographic letter form
- Hairline stroke
- Sans serif
- Point size
- Stem stroke
Checkout Coursera typography courses for information about the art and science of type.
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