Typojis: Some New Characters / A Few More Glyphs
- Today's punctuation marks essentially go back to Aldus Manutius, who was considered the "king of printers" in the 15th century. After 500 years it is time for some new characters
- Give your written communication more clarity. Prevent misunderstandings by making undertones and overtones sound with new punctuation marks
- In a global world, where written communication through WhatsApp and other similar applications has long since overtaken oral communication, these new signs of misinterpretation of your texts are waging war - and opening up new worlds to your words
- How much richer and clearer will written communication be if, thanks to Walter Bohatsch, 30 more punctuation marks can now load these and other sentences with new meanings? And how helpless will a winking smiley from three punctuation marks appear to us if we can give our statements an ironic touch or give authority with a single elegant sign...