Headline Four

Text blocks should be constructed such that they 'honor and reveal' the relationships between the various elements - headings, subheadings, quotes, asides and footnotes. Robert Bringhurst recommends a character count per line of approximately 66 letters for optimum legibility, but accepts that anything between 45 and 75 is satisfactory.

 

Headline Four

Text blocks should be constructed such that they 'honor and reveal' the relationships between the various elements - headings, subheadings, quotes, asides and footnotes. Robert Bringhurst recommends a character count per line of approximately 66 letters for optimum legibility, but accepts that anything between 45 and 75 is satisfactory.

Headline Four

Text blocks should be constructed such that they 'honor and reveal' the relationships between the various elements - headings, subheadings, quotes, asides and footnotes. Robert Bringhurst recommends a character count per line of approximately 66 letters for optimum legibility, but accepts that anything between 45 and 75 is satisfactory.

Headline Four

Text blocks should be constructed such that they 'honor and reveal' the relationships between the various elements - headings, subheadings, quotes, asides and footnotes. Robert Bringhurst recommends a character count per line of approximately 66 letters for optimum legibility, but accepts that anything between 45 and 75 is satisfactory.

Headline Four

Text blocks should be constructed such that they 'honor and reveal' the relationships between the various elements - headings, subheadings, quotes, asides and footnotes. Robert Bringhurst recommends a character count per line of approximately 66 letters for optimum legibility, but accepts that anything between 45 and 75 is satisfactory.

Headline Four

Text blocks should be constructed such that they 'honor and reveal' the relationships between the various elements - headings, subheadings, quotes, asides and footnotes. Robert Bringhurst recommends a character count per line of approximately 66 letters for optimum legibility, but accepts that anything between 45 and 75 is satisfactory.

Headline Four

Text blocks should be constructed such that they 'honor and reveal' the relationships between the various elements - headings, subheadings, quotes, asides and footnotes. Robert Bringhurst recommends a character count per line of approximately 66 letters for optimum legibility, but accepts that anything between 45 and 75 is satisfactory.

Headline Four

Text blocks should be constructed such that they 'honor and reveal' the relationships between the various elements - headings, subheadings, quotes, asides and footnotes. Robert Bringhurst recommends a character count per line of approximately 66 letters for optimum legibility, but accepts that anything between 45 and 75 is satisfactory.

Headline Four

Text blocks should be constructed such that they 'honor and reveal' the relationships between the various elements - headings, subheadings, quotes, asides and footnotes. Robert Bringhurst recommends a character count per line of approximately 66 letters for optimum legibility, but accepts that anything between 45 and 75 is satisfactory.

Headline Four

Text blocks should be constructed such that they 'honor and reveal' the relationships between the various elements - headings, subheadings, quotes, asides and footnotes. Robert Bringhurst recommends a character count per line of approximately 66 letters for optimum legibility, but accepts that anything between 45 and 75 is satisfactory.

Headline Four

Text blocks should be constructed such that they 'honor and reveal' the relationships between the various elements - headings, subheadings, quotes, asides and footnotes. Robert Bringhurst recommends a character count per line of approximately 66 letters for optimum legibility, but accepts that anything between 45 and 75 is satisfactory.

Headline Four

Text blocks should be constructed such that they 'honor and reveal' the relationships between the various elements - headings, subheadings, quotes, asides and footnotes. Robert Bringhurst recommends a character count per line of approximately 66 letters for optimum legibility, but accepts that anything between 45 and 75 is satisfactory.

Headline Four Text blocks should be constructed such that they 'honor and reveal' the relationships between the various elements - headings, subheadings, quotes, asides and footnotes. Robert Bringhurst recommends a character count per line of approximately 66 letters for optimum legibility, but accepts that anything between 45 and 75 is satisfactory.