Hello dear all, today we’ll talk about ” does signature reflect the personality? Yeah! It was hard for me to take this course because I didn’t know where to start. I wanted it to be a first course, both as an integral, a core, as an introduction. I’ve done a lot more reading to get back together before, I’ve examined the subject as a designer, and this time I did an interdisciplinary study for an interdisciplinary field and created a 5-6 minute lesson that we were just looking for. In the continuation of the series, we’ll analyze people in the world or in Turkey, famous or not, and sometimes we talk about signatures and handwriting of you. famous or not, and sometimes we talk about signatures and handwriting of you. Here you go. Is this more frustrated? Is this more authoritarian? Is this more emotional? You have little idea. Is not it? These pieces of writing contacted you and they showed you “in a way” Let’s give the answer at the end of the lesson. Graphology, “writing + science” in the other name is the neurowriting system and in the other name is handwriting analysis is a field with master’s degree programs in the world. In criminology, this is a very important issue for the answer to the question Does this article belong to this person? Let’s have a look over here. In fact the analysis in the case that the output of the keyboard is broken is not a case as well. Every day we meet in the box of milk, the cars we ride, the phones we have, street signs, the articles we encountered in the ads are included in our subject. Brands and logos. Brands communicate with the customer / user through their logos firstly. That’s who I’m, what I’m doing. This is my vision and mission. And brands appeal to “specific” audiences. Accordingly, color, shape, form, font is determined. Therefore, the font used by Ülker, the font used by the Penti, and the font that Wolkswogen uses with the font used by Mercedes, is not the same. The signature is handwritten and gives us even more clues than typed typeface characters that reflect the personality of brands. Signature, such as logos on your face reflected in your face; what you are, how you are, what you are doing. Your vision and mission. your signature may not reflect you. The signature is actually you want to reflect yourself. The signature is not so clear than handwriting. An artifact, a piece of art, a composition. When I first saw the signature of Poet “Cemal Süreya”, I said okay! Completely, a poet! Completely, Cemal Süreya. And sometimes people say “my signature has changed.” Yes, your signature has changed because your personality is changing. More precisely, I repeat, and in particular, as the years go by, you may want to show yourself the environment in different ways. Let’s take a look at the changing signatures of Donad Trump after his candidacy and after he became president. soft lines disappeared, already very few. No more! Take a look at the letters D, T and p, how big, they’re full of stuff, but this is not the garland or arcade we’ll talking about in the following lessons. While analyzing the signature, we examine and observe the relationship between letter regions, letter shapes, letter structures, dimension, continuity, speed, pressure, slope, readability, space and signature and handwriting. The handwriting and signature of the person are examined as a whole because many factors mentioned above come into play and some may contradict each other. Now we’re going back to where we started. Which one is more angry? In the first there is no curve only the angle. Angry, determined, competitive, defiant, ambition, courage.. The lack of garland and arcade means lack of empathy and this printer only wants power and admiration. He does not in a favor in return. The second one is the softer lines. Rounded big initials and small inner letters. These soft lines provide a fluidity in thought. The first one belongs to Donald Trump and the second to Barack Obama. See what they do, how they do it, or how they reflect themselves, not how they are. Didn’t we actually see their signatures in the media?