One of the key differences between an amateur designer and a professional designer is the way in which they set their type. Professional designers know how many fonts to use and in what size. They know what the correct line-height is, the optimum paragraph length, the right contrast ratio, etc.
Polish designer Tom Koszyk has come up with an excellent list of do’s and don’ts to keep in mind while setting your type. He covers the most common typography mistakes in terms of font weights, color, contrast, paragraph justification, alignment, and more. Check out the list below.
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