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Myriad drawings, showing the stroke weight ratio between light and bold weights (Source: Designing Multiple Master Typefaces, published by Adobe).

Myriad drawings, showing the stroke weight ratio between light and bold weights (Source: Designing Multiple Master Typefaces, published by Adobe).

Consider stroke widths when designing geometric type  The horizontal and vertical strokes should not be the same thickness. If they are, the horizontal strokes will look heavier. An example above shows how a visually monolinear typeface such as Futura, has subtle adjustments to the horizontal strokes to make them appear even.

Consider stroke widths when designing geometric type The horizontal and vertical strokes should not be the same thickness. If they are, the horizontal strokes will look heavier. An example above shows how a visually monolinear typeface such as Futura, has subtle adjustments to the horizontal strokes to make them appear even.

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