“It is better to have a document whose unified character gives it its own dignity and presence than to have a pile of visual odds and ends, each calling attention to itself in a deafening babel of competing typographic voices. Besides, the subject matter ought not to depend on visual cosmetics to fascinate the reader.”
Jan V. White in Graphic Design for the Electronic Age

posted by Ted Boren on Friday, Dec 29, 2006
tagged with typography, simplicity