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San Francisco Design Week Typographic Quiz

with Allan Haley

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About The Class

Can you pick Garamond out of a crowd? Been around the typographic block a few times? Then watch and take the 2015 San Francisco Design Week Typographic Quiz, sponsored by CreativeLive and Monotype. 

The answers will be multiple-choice so, even if you don’t care that 5-point type was once called “pearl,” you’ll have a one-in-four chance of getting the right answer. 

Looking for a challenge?  Test your “mettle” at the 2015 San Francisco Design Week Typographic Quiz.

Lesson Plan

  1. 01

    Part 1 of Quiz - Keynote

  2. 02

    Part 2 of Quiz - Paper Handout


Meet Your Expert

Allan Haley

Allan Haley is a consultant and storyteller with expertise in fonts, font technology, type and typographic communication.  Mr. Haley was Director of Words and Letters at Monotype, where he was involved in all aspects of building and maintaining the company’s typeface library. He was also responsible for educational content for the company’s web sites and was an important link between Monotype and the graphic design and design education communities.  Mr. Haley is ex officio Chairman of the Board of the Society of Typographic Aficionados, past President of the Type Directors Club, and was Executive Vice President of International Typeface Corporation. He is also a prolific writer, with six books on type and graphic communication and hundreds of articles to his credit. ... read more

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