Typography is the art and method of arranging type to make the written language more appealing. It's the responsibility of a designer and is about much more than making the words legible. The selection of typeface and how you make it work with your layout, grid, basic color schemes, design theme and much more will make the difference between a good, bad and a great design.
It doesn’t matter whether you are a student or a professional graphic designer –knowing graphic design tips is the need of an hour. Graphics is widely used for a blog or social media, or it needs to be created for an awesome company presentation.
Graphic design is a challenging profession but one can master it by learning important tips for smart designing and mastering graphic design applications like Photoshop, InDesign, CorelDraw, and Illustrator.
Let me make one point very clear that it is not a new type of typography at all and I am not going to discuss anything out of box. Today I just want to discuss some very useful and necessary rule of thumbs to use typefaces like a pro in a design.
Below are some very common questions which are expected to face by every new designer at the time of designing or at the time of interview in a company for the post of a graphic designer. Rather than making it a plethora of text I am trying to make it an interesting quiz on practical use of typefaces.