Việt Type 2nd ed. Trương Support
Vietnamese Typography Second Edition Donny Trương Support This Book

End Matter

Communication ceases when one being is no different from another: When there is nothing strange to wonder at and no new information to exchange. For that reason among others, typography and typographers must honor the variety and complexity of human language, thought and identity, instead of homogenizing or hiding it.

Robert Bringhurst

Copyright © 2015, 2018 Donny Trương. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form without permission from the author.

  • Advisor: Jandos Rothstein
  • Copyeditors: Trang Nguyễn, Raymond Schwartz, and Chris Silverman
  • Designer & Publisher: Donny Trương
  • Editor: Linh Nguyễn
  • Proofreader: Jim Van Meer

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Bibliography

  • Bringhurst, Robert. The Elements of Typographic Style. (Washington: Hartley & Marks Press, 2008).
  • Cheng, Karen. Designing Type. (Connecticut: Yale University Press, 2005).
  • Fernandes, Gonçalo, and Carlos Assunção. “First Codification of Vietnamese by 17th-Century Missionaries: the Description of Tones and the Influence of Portuguese on Vietnamese Orthography,” HEL 39 (Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, 2017).
  • Gaultney, J. Victor. “Problems of Diacritic Design for Latin Script Text Faces,” (MA thesis, University of Reading, 2002).
  • Lương, N. Hiền “Chữ Quốc Ngữ Chữ Nuớc Ta: Từ Alexandre de Rhodes đến Trương Vĩnh Ký.” Tập San 11 (Australia: Nhóm Nghiên Cứu Văn Hóa Đồng Nai & Cửu Long, 2017).
  • Nguyễn, Đình Hòa. “An Outline of Vietnamese,” The Vietnam Forum 11 (Connecticut: Yale Southeast Asia Studies, 1988).
  • Thompson, Laurence. A Vietnamese Grammar. (Washington: University of Washington Press, 1965).
  • Turčić, Maja, Antun Koren, Vesna Uglješić, and Ivan Rajković. “Design and Positioning of Diacritical Marks in Latin Typefaces,” Acta Graphica 185 (University of Zagreb, Croatia, 2011).

Acknowledgements

Thanks to professor Jandos Rothstein for his guidance in working with me on this final project to complete my Master of Arts in Graphic Design.

Thanks to Linh Nguyễn for her critical evaluation of the first draft. Based on her invaluable feedback, I rewrote almost everything.

Thanks to Jim Van Meer for his meticulous proofreading of the early drafts.

Thanks to Trang Nguyễn, Raymond Schwartz, and Chris Silverman for their thorough editing, detailed assessments, and indispensable inputs.

Thanks to Phạm Đam Ca for taking his time to explain to me the nuances of Vietnamese type design.

Thanks to David Jonathan Ross for allowing me the opportunity to work with him on extending Fern to support Vietnamese for the second edition.

Thanks to my wife, Nguyễn Đức Hải Dung, for her continuous support.

About the Author

Donny Trương is a designer with a passion for typography and the web. He received his master of arts in graphic design from the School of Art at George Mason University. He is also the author of Professional Web Typography.

Colophon

Website designed by Donny Trương. The text face is Fern, designed by David Jonathan Ross. Headers and captions are set in Adapter, designed by William Montrose and Sláva Jevčinová. Pull quotes are set in Pliego, designed by Juanjo López.

Contact

I welcome corrections, suggestions, and revisions to this book. You can reach me at [email protected].