Imaginative solutions are often the designer’s riposte to constraints. This digest represents exercises that test students’ ability to create practical, pleasurable typographic arrangements despite compositional limitations.
Students’ desire to excite and surprise the reader must be tempered by the need to preserve a text’s utility and integrity. Letters cannot be stretched, squeezed, splintered or otherwise deformed or degraded.
Project Name: Various
Project Level: Years 1, 2 & 3