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  1. In June, Automattic-sponsored core committer Tonya Mork organized a ticket for tracking the ongoing roadmap for the Web fonts API. It includes the vision for how the API supports typography features and the necessary tasks for creating a “font library.”
  2. We can use the clamp() method today because of the great browser support. In this article, Brecht De Ruyte explains how it can be a beautiful addition to your upcoming project or as an upgrade to a previous one.
  3. How an emerging CSS standard can fix old problems and raise the bar for web apps
  4. Riccardo Sartori

    A Variable Fonts Primer

    “The goal of this site is to show you how variable fonts tick. Discover how they can benefit user interface (UI) design, accessibility, and long-form reading, and how they push the boundaries of skillful typographic expression on the web.”
  5. For its tenth anniversary, Google Fonts revamped its website and added support for variable fonts.
  6. jpamental

    Responsive Typography

    Responsive web design helps your site maintain its design integrity on a variety of screen sizes, but how does it affect your typography? With this practical book, graphic designers, web designers, and front-end developers alike will learn the nuts and bolts of implementing web fonts well, especially how to get the best appearance from type without sacrificing performance on any device. After examining typography fundamentals and the evolution of type on the Web, author Jason Pamental provides useful approaches, real examples, code, and advice for making your type performant, progressive, proportional, and polished—the primary ingredients of responsive typography. Understand how type plays a vital role in content-first web design Weigh the tradeoffs between self-hosting and using a font service to get the best performance for your site Get your type on the screen fast by designing for Progressive Enhancement Use a responsive relative scale to adjust proportions between typographic elements for any device or resolution Polish your type with ligatures, kerning, and other techniques to create rich, textured reading experiences
  7. Ralf Herrmann

    Web Typography

    Typography is what comes between the author and the reader. This is as true on the web as it is in any other medium. If a text has anything at all significant to say, it needs a typographer’s care, which will in turn be repaid by the reader’s attention. If you design websites or use CSS then you are a typographer whether you know it or not. This book is a practical guide and companion reference to all aspects of typography on the web. It deftly combines implement­ation details with typographic theory, and is ideal for designers, developers and anyone else involved in the process of creating a website. The book is available ebook and paperback book.
  8. Riccardo Sartori

    Typewolf

    A website aimed at helping web designers choose typefaces and typeface combinations showcasing and analysing actual use in selected websites.
  9. Ralf Herrmann

    optimizeLegibility is Decadent and Depraved

    “optimizeLegibility is Decadent and Depraved” http://bocoup.com/weblog/text-rendering/ What do you think?
  10. Riccardo Sartori

    Professional Web Typography

    A succinct overview of web typography, in form of a book, with emphasis on demo code for study and practice, authored by Donny Truong.
  11. Ralf Herrmann

    The State of Web Type

    This site delivers up-to-date data on support for type and typographic features on the web. It is published by Typekit engineer Bram Stein.
  12. Antoine_77

    Website font analyzer

    This online tool gathers all information about webfonts. You can check individual sites, but the data is also stored, so one can look up specific typefaces and see where they are in use.
  13. Ralf Herrmann

    On Web Typography

    Typography is your design's voice and the most powerful tool you have to communicate with your readers. Learn how to wield type with care and wit: how to evaluate typefaces, consider technical constraints, create flexible typographic systems, and put together your own collection of favorite faces. Jason Santa Maria wants you to see type beyond code or flourishes. You'll discover how typography shapes the way we read and how you can adapt the craft's practices for the screen. So go ahead. Choose, combine, and set typefaces with ease-and invite readers in. Jason Santa Maria is a graphic designer with a deep love for letters. He’s the founder of Brooklyn-based design firm Mighty; a faculty member at SVA’s MFA Interaction Design program; a cofounder of A Book Apart; and the founder of Typedia, a shared online encyclopedia of typefaces. http://www.abookapart.com/products/on-web-typography
  14. Ralf Herrmann

    Tim Brown on Web Typography

    The web is universal and, in this renewed talk, Tim Brown shows how to practice typography in a way that is equally universal. Focusing on traditional typographic principles, while also embracing progressive enhancement, Tim explains how fonts, CSS, web-enabled devices, and user contexts coexist. Together, we will reevaluate what it means to successfully set type — and inform our routine decisions about typefaces, font sizes, and white space.
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