Type and Game Design: More Than Just Words

They’re just letters. Right?

Learn how to provide a superior game experience through the typefaces you choose and how you use them.

More about the book

Typography is a key element in creating a rich, memorable video game world. The right type doesn’t just provide direction and instruction, but can also set personality, tone, and mood.

Our type designers (and lovers of all things video games) have written a primer on typography for the game industry that’s full of best practices to consider during the creative process.

Learn more about these key elements in the eBook:

  • Personality
  • Legibility
  • Designing for screens
  • Localization

By Monotype, 13 February 2015, 0 comments Categories: Design, Gaming

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