Anatomy of Font – The PG-13 Version

anatomy_of_typographyCrotch. Spur. Lobe. Bowl. Aside from tittle (also known as the dot above some lowercase letters) the anatomy of typography isn’t particularly sexy or memorable. Most graphic designers, myself included, can’t recall what each anatomic term refers to. After all what are we, doctors? So how do we go about knowing which fonts are best to get our message across?
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7 Ways to Communicate the Safety of Your Water Supply

Thanks to the Flint, Michigan water crisis, water utility managers across the country have been fielding questions from concerned customers and local media outlets about the safety of drinking water. Don’t fret! Your community water system should already be equipped with the information customers are seeking, thanks to the Safe Drinking Water Act requirement to provide an annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) to the public.
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