- Typographer of the Week
- Choosing and using typefaces is the main goal of this course. But who's behind the creation of the typefaces we choose? Let's get to know the very creative detail-oriented folks behind the gorgeous typefaces we use every day.
How To Get An A
This is what you need to do to ace this assignment.
- Gain a historical knowledge of the typographers behind the typefaces.
- Your presentation includes at least the facts listed on the assignment page.
- Your text is your own, properly written and error-free.
- You communicate the facts clearly, in an organized fashion.
- You've submitted files as directed, ready for print.
Your grade reflects the degree to which you satisfied the above criteria.
|A, 80-100%, Excellent||This is work that has been completed in a highly motivated manner which meets all or most of the performance criteria for the project. It is an exceptional demonstration of design skills.|
|B, 70-79%, Superior||You have submitted work which is above average, but lacks the qualities which give it the stamp of excellence. It shows better than average design sensitivity.|
|C, 60-69% Satisfactory||Your project is handed in on time. It has fulfilled some or all of the requirements. It lacks strong visual interest and thoughtful & imaginative resolution. The work is merely average.|
|D, 50-59%, Marginal||This work is handed in on time, but lacks many or most of the areas that show understanding of design. It is a weak effort, which does not meet program standards.|
|F, 0-49%, Unsatisfactory||This is work that is not handed in on time or does not satisfy the assignment criteria at all.|
|NHI: Not Handed In||An assignment which was not received.|
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Create a letter-sized layout containing biographical information on your given typographer. It should contain these elements.