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Typography Design Trends 2021

Typography transforms words from mere text to artful communication. So much can be said by the font & type design - from prominent, bold san-serif fonts to delicate serifs.

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Typography Design Trends 2021

Typography transforms words from mere text to artful communication. So much can be said by the font & type design - from prominent, bold san-serif fonts to delicate serifs.

How to Write a Synopsis

After completing a novel or a nonfiction manuscript, you'll need to draft a synopsis before you can pitch your book to agents and publishers.

Wholistic vs. Holistic: What’s the Difference?

“Wholistic” and “holistic” both relate to holism, a philosophy that the universe and especially living nature is best understood in terms of interacting wholes rather than as a sum of its parts.

What Does There But for the Grace of God Go I Mean?

Keep reading to learn all about the common idiomatic expression there but for the grace of God go I.

How to Write a Scholarship Essay

Think of scholarship essays as a short-lived opportunity, since you will no longer be eligible for many of the contests after you graduate.

Whoa or woah?

Whoa is the preferred spelling to woah. English speakers use “whoa” or “woah" as an exclamation to stop or slow horses or express alarm, joy, or surprise.

Traveling vs. Travelling: What’s the Difference?

"Traveling" and "travelling" are both correct. The former is the preferred spelling in American English; the latter is the British spelling.

What Does the Devil Is in the Details Mean?

The devil is in the details… sounds ominous, doesn’t it? Indeed, this idiomatic and proverbial phrase does issue a warning.

How to Write a Rhetorical Analysis

The goal of a person writing a rhetorical analysis is not to persuade or summarize; instead, the author aims to provide an insightful analysis of the rhetorical strategies used in the original work. 

Whether or wether?

A “wether” is a castrated sheep, goat, or ram. “Whether” is a conjunction that functions like “if” by introducing alternate or opposite possibilities.

Therefor vs. Therefore: What’s the Difference?

“Therefor” and “therefore” are homophones; the two words sound the same though they have different meanings.

What Does Still Waters Run Deep Mean?

Keep reading to learn all about the idiomatic and proverbial expression still waters run deep.