To a great degree, we use words to communicate concepts. Every sphere of endeavor, it seems, has its own jargon, and the less you understand the terminology, the less you understand. The reverse is also true: the less people understand your jargon, the less they can follow what you are saying.
Talk to anyone who is what I call a "print person" and you quickly find out that there is a wealth of print jargon that's taken centuries to develop. Thing is, there's a point in nearly every web designer's career when print and typography become important. Here's some help: Owlsoup's Foam Train Font Glossary.
3 Comments to "Font Glossary"
Have your say ...
First-time comments will be held for moderation (but comments are appreciated). Otherwise, just be courteous. If your name is a bunch of keywords, your comment will be deleted. Don't post links unless highly pertinent. Posters must be 16 or older.