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Photoshop-Concepts D

Photoshop Concepts D Typography

TermDefinition
serif Typefaces that have small lines attached to the main strokes of characters, used for body copy.
sans serif Typefaces that lacks details on characters and appear more straight and clean.
script Typeface category based on handwriting.
display Also called decorative or slab, this font category is reserved for headlines or large text.
grunge A subset of display font known for eroded or broken appearance.
dingbat A specialty typeface category that uses symbols and ornaments in place of actual letters.
ascender The part of a letter that goes above the x-height.
descender The part of a letter that goes below the baseline.
baseline The invisible line a letter "sits on" in typography.
Character This panel is used in Photoshop to modify things like leading, tracking and font size.
Paragraph This panel is used in Photoshop to add or remove hyphenation.
kerning The space between a letter pair.
tracking The space between letters when in a block of text.
leading The space between lines of text in a paragraph.
Reset Character Use this option to reset the character panel back to defaults.
warp This option allows you to apply things like arc, arch, bulge, flag, or wave to type.
Gradient Overlay To put a gradient inside text, apply this layer style.
rasterize To be able to erase text or use non-Type warping, you must do this to a Type layer first.
stroke The outline around letters is created with this layer style applied.
pen You can create path using this tool, similar to the polygon lasso, and then attach Type to it (if set to draw paths instead of shapes).
Created by: skindawg