Type@Cooper - Typographic Relativity: Three Projects

Typographic Relativity: Three Projects

with Ina Saltz

Sun., Oct. 14
10:00PM – 5:00PM
tuition: $ 230

location: On campus

In this class, students will learn to refine the relationships of typographic elements in their projects. The complex dynamics of choosing typographic style, size, weight, width, slope, color, orientation and position will be explored through two hands-on class projects (an editorial spread and a poster, both with multiple design challenges) and a detailed case study of a third project, a resume. (Optional: Attendees should bring a current resume for analysis). Included: presentations, demos, and constructive friendly critiques.
This class will be best for designers who have a good working knowledge of InDesign and who want to ramp up their typographic game.

    Required Materials

  • a laptop running a recent version of InDesign, with a good selection of text and display typefaces

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Instructor: Ina Saltz

Typographic Relativity: Three Projects
Former Time Design Director Ina Saltz is an art director, design writer, photographer and Professor of Digital Design at The City College of New York specializing in typography and editorial publication design. She is the author of seven Lynda.com/LinkedIn Learning courses, which have over two million views. She was a faculty member of the Stanford Professional Publishing Course for fifteen years.

Ina is the author of the Body Type series of books on typographic tattoos, as well as Typography Essentials: 100 Design Principles for Working With Type (second edition available in February 2019). She is a co-author of Typography Referenced: A Comprehensive Visual Guide to the Language, History, and Practice of Typography, named one of the best eleven reference books of 2012 across all subject matter by the American Library Association. In addition to Time magazine, Ina served as the art director of Worth Magazine, Golf Magazine, and others. She is a two-term board member of both the Type Directors Club and the Society of Publication Designers.

Ina has a BFA from Cooper Union and lives in New York City with her husband. She has no pets or tattoos, but she does have favorite typefaces (Requiem, Bickham Script, and Franklin Gothic No. 2) and favorite characters (&, Q, Z, and R).