A great measure of the success in teaching typography can be attributed to the quality of the projects. They should be creative, imaginative, challenging, and of course practical. The projects offered here, ranging from basic to advanced, meet these standards and are divided into two categories: The Cooper Union and World-Wide Schools.
The Cooper Union presents twelve projects drawn from Designing with Type with solutions created by the author's students at The Cooper Union in New York City.
World-Wide Schools offer a broad range of projects submitted by influential designers and educators from around the world to illustrate the many ways typography can be taught effectively.
All designs are for educational purposes only. They are the property of the designers and may not be reproduced without the written permission of the designers. We have attempted to credit designs where possible and welcome any corrections or additions:
Projects will be updated periodically.