5 web font trends for 2015
Monotype’s Ryan Aruda on trends in web typography in 2015: Typographic consistency across media – whether in print, on screen, or on the web – is an inherent cornerstone of crafting a cohesive brand.
A More Modern Scale for Web Typography
I’m a big believer in responsive web design. It’s the only way I know to provide the best experience across the increasingly fragmented landscape of devices and capabilities that is the new normal on the…
Loading webfonts with high performance on responsive websites
Once upon a time every website was only using Arial, Verdana, Garamond or Times New Roman for rendering the text, because these font were the only ones reliably installed on almost any computer. But…
A community of type designers, users, experts and enthusiasts (plus the odd loon). Their type ID board will identify anything our own Whatthefont tool and forums can’t handle. Active…
Typecast is a tool for creating hassle-free, pixel-perfect web typography right in the browser. Users can audition web fonts from a selection of providers and use them to preview, compose and output…
On Choosing Type
Typography is not a science. Typography is an art. There are those who’d like to “scientificize”; those who believe that a large enough sample of data will somehow elicit good…
Playful tool for on-screen kerning and font size adjustments.