quote by Adrian Frutiger

From all these experiences the most important thing I have learned is that legibility and beauty stand close together and that type design, in its restraint, should be only felt but not perceived by the reader.

— Adrian Frutiger

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Reader quote Children are made readers in the laps of their parents

Children are made readers in the laps of their parents

If you remember the shape of your spoon at lunch, it has to be the wrong shape.

The spoon and the letter are tools; one to take food from the bowl, the other to take information off the page... When it is a good design, the reader has to feel comfortable because the letter is both banal and beautiful.

Show me a family of readers, and I will show you the people who move the world.

Reader quote Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.

Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.

The beauty of literature is you allow readers to see things through other peoples eyes. All good books do this.

The reader may ask himself if this is not cruelty and injustice of a kind so terrible that it beggars the imagination, and whether these poor people would not fare far better if they were entrusted to the devils in Hell than they do at the hands of the devils of the New World who masquerade as Christians.

When you want to teach children to think, you begin by treating them seriously when they are little, giving them responsibilities, talking to them candidly, providing privacy and solitude for them, and making them readers and thinkers of significant thoughts from the beginning. That’s if you want to teach them to think.

Reader quote Many bloggers fail to realise that what they know and consider 'basic' is actual

Many bloggers fail to realise that what they know and consider 'basic' is actually 'advanced' to many of their readers.

Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.

A fourth-grade reader may be a sixth-grade mathematician.

The grade is an administrative device which does violence to the nature of the developmental process.

So we shall let the reader answer this question for himself: who is the happier man, he who has braved the storm of life and lived or he who has stayed securely on shore and merely existed?

I cannot pretend I am without fear. But my predominant feeling is one of gratitude. I have loved and been loved; I have been given much and I have given something in return; I have read and traveled and thought and written. I have had an intercourse with the world, the special intercourse of writers and readers.

The fact is that poetry is not the books in the library .

. . Poetry is the encounter of the reader with the book, the discovery of the book.

Writers write to influence their readers, their preachers, their auditors, but always, at bottom, to be more themselves.

Follow me, reader! Who told you that there is no true, faithful, eternal love in this world! May the liar's vile tongue be cut out! Follow me, my reader, and me alone, and I will show you such a love!

As a columnist, I realize that whatever amount of corruption I expose, half my readers will block it out, although they may get a frisson of joy in the process.

Aphorisms are bad for novels. They stick in the reader's teeth.

Don't be afraid to make a mistake, your readers might like it.

Science fiction readers probably have the gene for novelty, and seem to enjoy a cascade of invention as much as a writer enjoys providing one.

I hope children will be happy with the books I've written, and go on to be readers all of their lives.

Ranganathan's 5 Laws: Books are for use.

Books are for all. Every book its reader, or every reader his book. Save the time of the reader. A library is a growing organism.

Readers want what is important to be clearly laid out; they will not read what is too troublesome.

Experts in literacy and child development have discovered that if children know eight nursery rhymes by heart by the time they’re four years old, they’re usually among the best readers by the time they’re eight.

There is a neurologist, a woman over at Harvard who wanted me to come talk to them, and in France I have a lot of readers in the sciences. I can't tell you why.

No player in the NBA was born wanting to play basketball.

The desire to play ball or to read must be planted. The last 25 years of research show that reading aloud to a child is the oldest, cheapest and must successful method of instilling that desire. Shooting baskets with a child creates a basketball player; reading to a child creates a reader.

There are those who believe that the value of a children's book can be measured only in terms of the moral lessons it tries to impose or the perfect role models it offers. Personally, I happen to think that a book is of extraordinary value if it gives the reader nothing more than a smile or two. In fact, I happen to think that's huge.

It can become an exercise in trying to get the reader to like and admire you instead of an exercise in creative art.

A modern librarian, who has faith in the law that 'BOOKS ARE FOR USE,' is happy only when his readers make his shelves constantly empty. It is not the books that go out that worry him. It is the stay-at-home volumes that perplex and depress him.

The Reader - The Reader (German: Der Vorleser) is a novel by German law professor and judge Bernhard Schlink, published in Germany in 1995 and in the United States

Adobe Acrobat - The family comprises Acrobat Reader (formerly Reader), Acrobat (formerly Exchange) and Acrobat.com. The basic Acrobat Reader, available for several desktop

Screen reader - A screen reader is a form of assistive technology (AT) that renders text and image content as speech or braille output. Screen readers are essential to

Foxit Reader - Foxit Reader is a multilingual freemium PDF tool that can create, view, edit, digitally sign, and print PDF files. Foxit Reader is developed by Fremont

Publisher's reader - A publisher's reader or first reader is a person paid by a publisher or book club to read manuscripts from the slush pile, and to advise their employers

Barcode reader - A barcode reader (or barcode scanner) is an optical scanner that can read printed barcodes, decode the data contained in the barcode and send the data

E-reader - An e-reader, also called an e-book reader or e-book device, is a mobile electronic device that is designed primarily for the purpose of reading digital

Microsoft Reader - From 2000 to 2012, Microsoft Reader was the name of an e-book reader. In 2013, Microsoft released a Microsoft Reader application for reading documents

Reader Rabbit - Reader Rabbit is an educational game franchise created in 1983 by The Learning Company. This series is aimed at children from infancy to the age of nine

A memorandum is written not to inform the reader but to protect the writer.

While pensive poets painful vigils keep, Sleepless themselves, to give their readers sleep.

Skill alone cannot teach or produce a great short story, which condenses the obsession of the creature; it is a hallucinatory presence manifest from the first sentence to fascinate the reader, to make him lose contact with the dull reality that surrounds him, submerging him in another that is more intense and compelling.

Great literature should do some good to the reader: must quicken his perception though dull, and sharpen his discrimination though blunt, and mellow the rawness of his personal opinions.

One thing you really have to watch as a writer is getting on a soapbox or pulpit about anything. You don't want to alienate readers.

All readers come to fiction as willing accomplices to your lies.

Such is the basic goodwill contract made the moment we pick up a work of fiction.

The danger that may really threaten (crime fiction) is that soon there will be more writers than readers

Proverbs often contradict one another, as any reader soon discovers.

The sagacity that advises us to look before we leap promptly warns us that if we hesitate we are lost; that absence makes the heart grow fonder, but out of sight, out of mind.

The most emphatic place in a clause or sentence is the end.

This is the climax; and, during the momentary pause that follows, that last word continues, as it were, to reverberate in the reader's mind. It has, in fact, the last word.

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