Friday, November 25, 2005

Semantic Typography is Really All About Hierarchy

Mark Boulton's blog ran a posting on November 22nd on the subject of Semantic Typography in XHTML coding. The informative article essentially explains hierarchy in web design: what is most important, second-most important, third-most important, etc.? What design decisions direct the viewer's eye through this hierarchical structure? Size? Font? Colors? Spacing? Once these desicions are made, all that's left is to write the XHTML code.

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