- An example of typography is using a letter press to make wedding invitations by hand.
- An example of typography is the study of the fonts used and their placement in a concert poster.
- the art or process of printing from type
- the art or process of setting and arranging type for printing
- the arrangement, style, or general appearance of typeset matter
Origin of typographyFrench typographie from Medieval Latin typographia: see typo- and -graphy
- a. The art and technique of printing with movable type.b. The composition of printed material from movable type.
- The arrangement and appearance of printed matter.
Origin of typographyFrench typographie from Medieval Latin typographia Greek tupos impression Latin -graphia -graphy
- ty′po·graph′i·cal ty′po·graph′ic
(usually uncountable, plural typographies)
From French typographie.
typography - Computer Definition
The layout of text on a printed page, sign or other object. It refers to the style, size and layout of the text characters (fonts). The oldest typographic tool ever discovered was the Phaistos Disc, a bronze disc with raised Greek characters. Its date of origin is disputed by the experts; from as far back as 1400 B.C. to as "recent" as the 1300s A.D. See imagesetter and font.