How typography impacts your mood

Physically, we use our voice, facial expressions. gestures and posture to convey a wide range of emotional cues from the subtle to the dramatic. Typefaces and the way they are used provide a similarly extensive emotional range typographically.

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Author of Why Fonts Matter, TEDx, keynote speaker, researcher. Creates live online events on the typography of everyday things www.typetasting.com/sarahhyndman

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Sarah Hyndman

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Author of Why Fonts Matter, TEDx, keynote speaker, researcher. Creates live online events on the typography of everyday things www.typetasting.com/sarahhyndman

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