Transcript from the "Typescale" Lesson
>> So there are many different kinds of typescales. We've got major third, major second, perfect fourth. You might have heard of golden ratio, it's also used I believe in biology, right? Is it biology? And the perfect fifth. This is a screenshot of IBM's typography page where they have their typescale.
[00:00:17] And the whole premise here is all of these different type scales have different ratios that you would multiply the larger font sizes by 1.2, or like a 1.8. Which we'll see in a second, or the smaller would be like 0.8 REM, for example.