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Read 5 Tips For Better Website Typography
- Arjun Khanna
- June 06, 2011
The two most important concerns when setting type for a web page are legibility and readability. Visual cues that make the text stick together and flow are also important. Usually, as long as you aim for simplicity setting type for a website won't be much of a problem. Consider the next five tips when using fonts for a website and readers will appreciate it.
Learn How To Copyright Your Typefaces And Fonts
- Printer Inks
- July 06, 2011
One the biggest problems on the Internet today is copyright infringement and piracy; For designers, software developers and anyone else providing a digital product taking the time to copyright your product and providing specific user licenses should be close, if not top, of your priority list. If you take the time to create a new font / typeface the last thing you want is someone coming along, taking your brand new font / typeface and throwing it out there again with a different brand or their name on it.
The other important thing I want to stress before we get into the steps you need to take to protect your product is that once you have this copyright and licensing in place you need to make the terms very clear when the user / customer downloads or receives the product.
Now let's take a look at the specific steps you need to take to protect yourself and your product from unauthorised use, copycats and piracy.
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