the art and technology of mechanically producing writing. Al-most all commercial typography is now done with computers. Typo-graphic designers may manipulate such elements as font, size, line and character spacing, as well as effects such as bold, italics, or CAPITALIZATION in order to create a desired effect and enhance the message of the text.
The art and process of specifying, setting, or otherwise working with print-quality type, as opposed to typewriting. Typography involves the proper placement, positioning, and specification of type to ensure not only maximum legibility but also high aesthetic appeal.
printing in which ink is transferred to the paper from a raised design, with the result that the ink lays nearly flat on the surface of the paper. Typography is the opposite of intaglio or engraved printing in which the design is below the surface of the plate and the transferred ink lays above the surface of the paper
Typography is the study and process of typefaces; how to select, size, arrange, and use them. In modern terms. typography includes computer display and output. Traditionally, typography was the use of metal types with raised letterforms that were inked and then pressed onto paper.