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Research mainly focus on visual composition and typography
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In general, it depends on the purpose of the study. And if the researcher is familiar with modern methods, he can even use artificial intelligence technologies.
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I am looking for articles or researches about applying User-Centered design approach in designing typeface/typography/font.
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To analyze the dimensions of that topic, I recommend a Park (2008) and dos Santos Lonsdale et al. (2019):
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Dear all,pls what about typography art , who artistic now following this art and the application of typgraphy ?
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Hi Abdelrahman,
I am,
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This article presents a number of tips to avoid making big mistakes in the use of typography. It is a collection and sharing of ideas from researchers typography as Erik Spiekermann, Vincent Connare, Paul Fenton, Enric Jardí, Enric Satué, Eric Gill, Stanley Morison, Beatrice Warde, Ellen Lupton, Jorge de Buen, Paco Calles Emil Ruder, Robert Bringhurst, Michael Beirut ...
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What are the criteria taken into consideration when using a typography? What font is the most appropriate for a particular type of text?
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 I would say that typographical choices are mainly a question of contexts.
Technical context (display-context and processor-context), 
Glyph range, 
availability of typefaces, 
cultural or reader context,
content-context,
visual or layout-context and
a subtext by which the author or the typographer can influence the reading of a text.