Definition of typographic in English:

typographic

Pronunciation /ˌtīpəˈɡrafik/ /ˌtaɪpəˈɡræfɪk/

Translate typographic into Spanish

adjective

See typography

‘It has spread like a virus through the typographic landscape and illustrates the pervasiveness of Microsoft's influence in the world.’
  • ‘From a technical perspective, although it reads like an open and, at times, welcoming conversation, Forest Park also reads like an unfinished draft, one throughout which editing and typographic errors are scattered.’
  • ‘Like Maya Lin's Vietnam memorial with which any memorialized list of names is likely to be compared, these metropolitan-area memorials must resolve their approach not only to form but also to typographic identity.’
  • ‘So much modern graphic design traces its roots back to the typographic innovations of the avant-garde work of early Soviet designers like Lissitzky, Rodchenko, Stepanova and the Stenberg Brothers.’
  • ‘David, what I actually said about Robin Kinross was that ‘he has produced some of the best informed and most illuminating writing about typographic design in the last two decades’.’