Advanced Typography

You love good typography. But you know great type design takes work, and you’re ready to strengthen your typography skills and boost your design capabilities. This Advanced Typography course, the latest HOW U class from type expert Denise Bosler, will push the limits of your typographic knowledge with real-world design project solutions. You’ll gain hands-on type design experience through working with headlines, designing an infographic and crafting a visual concept for a multipage magazine article. Denise will show you how informed typographic decisions can create emotional connections and wow-worthy design solutions.


Denise BoslerDenise Bosler is a graphic designer, illustrator, and professor of communication design at Kutztown University in Pennsylvania. She earned a B.F.A. from Kutztown University and an M.F.A. from Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Denise has focused her design work on print collateral, product packaging, and identity development in both print and digital projects.
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Workshop Length:

4 weeks

Tuition:

$199 $59.99 (70% off)

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Objectives:

  • Learn to create emotional responses with the right typefaces
  • Establish typographic hierarchy through infographic design
  • Design for readability and communication
  • Learn to develop a visual concept for a multipage design
Who Should Take This Course:
  • In-house and agency designers
  • In-house managers
  • Creative freelancers
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Outline:

LESSON 1: Typographic Voice
LESSON 2: Communication
LESSON 3: Visual Concept
LESSON 4: Organization and Execution

sponsored by Monotype

From hand-sketched drawings by legendary designers to hand-hinted Web fonts used by today’s leading brands, Monotype helps companies tell their stories. In any language. On any device. With one clear voice. At Monotype, we helped invent some of our time’s best-loved type. Now, we’re reinventing it, from pencil to pixel.