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Simply improving the embedded kerning may make a significant improvement in the typographical quality of a project. Modifying typefaces can also improve readability or legibility, give a publication or corporate materials a stronger look, or save time by creating characters that might otherwise have to be individually composed from different fonts or characters. Modifying a face can be as simple as embedding a new character as a keystroke, or as complex as creating new weights and italics for entire type families. In architectural applications, the position of the viewer affects on the experience of typography, which can be anticipated with adjustments to letter forms. that have
Below is a demonstration of factors to consider even when dealing with relatively simple sans serif fonts. The starting points are characters from Helvetica regular, altered then individually adjusted.
...and a lighter version of Univers Light. These are the results.
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