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Famous Quotes About Legibility

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Legibility quotes by David Carson
#1. Dont confuse legibility with communication. Just because something is legible doesnt mean it communicates and, more importantly, doesnt mean it communicates the right thing. #Quote by David Carson
Legibility quotes by Adrian Frutiger
#2. From all these experiences the most important thing I have learned is that legibility and beauty stand close together and that type design, in its restraint, should be only felt but not perceived by the reader. #Quote by Adrian Frutiger
Legibility quotes by Fredrik Sjoberg
#3. Some days I tell myself that my mission is to say something about the art and sometimes the bliss of limitation. And the legibility of landscape. Other days are more dismal. As if I were queueing in the rain outside confessional literature's nudist colony, mirrors everywhere, blue with cold. #Quote by Fredrik Sjoberg
Legibility quotes by Leslie Jamison
#4. This is part of what we disdain about sweeteners, the fact that we can taste without consequences. Our capitalist ethos loves a certain kind of inscription - insisting we can read tallies of sloth and discipline inscribed across the body itself - and artificial sweeteners threaten this legibility. They offer a way to cheat the arithmetic of indulgence and bodily consequence, just like sentimentality offers feeling without the price of complication. #Quote by Leslie Jamison
Legibility quotes by Michel De Certeau
#5. The trace left behind is substituted for the practice. It exhibits the (voracious) property that the geographical system has of being able to transform action into legibility, but in doing so it causes a way of being in the world to be forgotten. #Quote by Michel De Certeau
Legibility quotes by A.J. DeJong
#6. Practice makes legibility! #Quote by A.J. DeJong
Legibility quotes by Herb Lubalin
#7. Sometimes you sacrifice legibility to increase impact. #Quote by Herb Lubalin
Legibility quotes by Nick Land
#8. The great educational value of the war against Christendom lies in the absolute truthlessness of the priest. Such purity is rare enough. The 'man of God' is entirely incapable of honesty, and only arises at the point where truth is defaced beyond all legibility. Lies are his entire metabolism, the air he breathes, his bread and his wine. He cannot comment upon the weather without a secret agenda of deceit. No word, gesture, or perception is slight enough to escape his extravagant reflex of falsification, and of the lies in circulation he will instinctively seize on the grossest, the most obscene and oppressive travesty. Any proposition passing the lips of a priest is necessarily totally false, excepting only insidiouses whose message is momentarily misunderstood. It is impossible to deny him without discovering some buried fragment or reality. #Quote by Nick Land
Legibility quotes by Viet Thanh Nguyen
#9. For we are the ones most able to know ourselves and yet the most unable to know ourselves. It's as if our noses are pressed up against the pages of a book, the words right in front of us but which we cannot read. Just as distance is needed for legibility, so it is that if we could only split ourselves in two and gain some distance from ourselves, we could see ourselves better than anyone else can. #Quote by Viet Thanh Nguyen
Legibility quotes by David Carson
#10. Never mistake legibility for communication. #Quote by David Carson
Legibility quotes by Eric Gill
#11. Legibility, in practice, amounts simply to what one is accustomed to. #Quote by Eric Gill
Legibility quotes by Fredrik Sjoberg
#12. finally it became obvious that my talents lay with flies. That's a fate that takes some getting used to. Anyway, the hoverflies are only props. No, not only, but to some extent. Here and there, my story is about something else. Exactly what, I don't know. Some days I tell myself that my mission is to say something about the art and sometimes the bliss of limitation. And the legibility of landscape. Other days are more dismal. As if I were queueing in the rain outside confessional literature's nudist colony, mirrors everywhere, blue with cold. But #Quote by Fredrik Sjoberg

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