Type Set Match: 10 Timeframes, No. 1

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  1. Billy Whited Billy Whited

    In my mind, Ford's article highlighted an interesting contrast between our (human) innately fluid perception of time and the prescriptive nature of mechanical time. With my choice of typefaces, I tried to elucidate this tension:

    Process Type's Fig Script for display—an oddly upright and geometric script face that I feel attempts to indict the rigidity of the pixel grid while still working within it. Initially, the headline felt a little too flat and lifeless, so I chose to add a touch of depth with a subtle drop shadow.

    http://processtypefoundry.com/fonts/fig/

    Process Type's Klavika for text—a squarish, technical sans-serif with a humanist bent. According to the foundry's website: "a cross of humanist and geometric influences with allegiances to neither." I used stylistic alternates to swap out what I consider to be an unfortunate, default lowercase g.

    http://processtypefoundry.com/fonts/klavika/

    I chose a dissonant modular scale (18px @ 1:1.875) to build out my grids and hierarchies and establish a basic layout. From there, I worked from intuition and feel to arrive at the final product. See the full version here:

    http://dribbble.com/shots/759200-Type-Set-Match-Fig-Script/attachments/74510

    As always, feedback is appreciated!

    over 1 year ago

  2. Nuruzzaman Sheikh Nuruzzaman Sheikh

    nice article! :P BTW nice typo work. welcome to the community :)

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    over 1 year ago

  3. Greg Dlubacz Greg Dlubacz

    welcome to dribbble!

    over 1 year ago

  4. Tim Brown Tim Brown

    Nice.

    over 1 year ago

  5. DPAM23 DPAM23

    welcome to dribbble

    over 1 year ago

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  7. Jamie Neely Jamie Neely

    Double nice.

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    over 1 year ago

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