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Does the typeface really matter?

Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Brent Manke I was reading a book recently, For the Time Being by Annie Dillard. When I got to the last page I discovered a note — right-aligned — from the book designer. It read: A Note on the Type The text of this book was set in a typeface called Baker Signet, designed by Arthur Baker for the Visual Graphics Corporation in the second half of the twentieth century. Although usually used as a display face because its lettershapes look handwritten, Baker Signet

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