ATG Quirkies: Does the Web Need a More Creative Form of Punctuation?

by | Oct 24, 2016 | 0 comments

Punctumotion may be the answer! It’s “a novel form of digital punctuation that is cross-typeface, cross-platform and infinite in variation. Punctumotion takes the period — the simplest and most neutral typographic form — and animates it with motion and meaning. While other punctuation innovations have failed because they are too limited in application or unintuitive, Punctumotion is more universal and easier to interpret in context because of its reliance on motion, rather than form, as the differentiating factor. Motion also takes advantage of the screen (traditional punctuation was designed for paper or stone).

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(Thanks to John Riley of Gabriel Books for providing ATG Quirkies)

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