Posts Tagged ‘Typography’

The State of Web Type

Web Design | Posted by Keefr December 4th, 2014

web fontsNice little site/reference on the current state and support of web typography. It’s a little like CanIUse, except specifically focused on web type/fonts.

The State of Web Type

Debunking the Myths of Web Typography

Web Design, Web Development | Posted by Keefr March 13th, 2014

fontNice article on web typography and how some old rules of typography just don’t apply for web sites.

Debunking the Myths of Web Typography

Font Too Bold on a Mac

CSS, Web Design, Web Development | Posted by Keefr May 15th, 2012

Following up on yesterday’s post about fonts not rendering completely properly, here’s another fix/tweak for making fonts appear better on OS X:

Hat tip: Bret.

Font Too Bold on a Mac

CSS Properties That Affect Type Rendering

CSS, Web Design | Posted by Keefr May 14th, 2012

A co-worker sent out this article a few minutes ago, and had to post it here. While it’s not a cross-browser magic bullet, the -webkit-font-smoothing set to “antialiasing” does wonders for making font-face fonts look better (and the right weight) in Chrome and Safari. Now if there were a “-moz-webkit-font-smoothing” property, or browsers supported the W3 font-smooth property.

CSS Properties That Affect Type Rendering

Type Effects in Web Design: It’s All About Moderation

Web Design | Posted by Keefr April 25th, 2012

Not much to say on this one — nearly everything in moderation is a good rule of thumb — may it be in design, food, etc.

Type Effects in Web Design: It’s All About Moderation