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Type, Responsively

Responsive web design is one of the most significant advances in web design. But what about your type? Changing floats and widths isn’t enough. We’ll look at screen size, relative proportion, device norms and compatibility in order to best present...
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Responsive Typography

Typography is the single most present element of your design when screen size changes, and has the greatest influence on readability and retention. Learn how to use web fonts to amplify the message and voice of your design without sacrificing...
Workshop

Once Upon a Drop Cap

When words were the experience & letters were your voice What we have to say has always been intimately intertwined with how we say it. Design is about communicating those ideas and influencing our behavior; so it follows that influence...
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Font Playground

by Wenting Zhang
Wenting ( @DesignJokes ) is an amazing developer and designer at Adobe, and has come up with some truly innovative interface ideas for playing with...
Flexible Typesetting by Tim Brown

Flexible Typesetting

by Tim Brown
Tim Brown ( @typesetting ) illuminates the complex, beautiful world of typesetting—arguably the most important part of typography because it forms the backbone of the...
CSS Dev Conf Best Of award

Variable Fonts & The Future of Web Design

The web is about words—ok, and cat videos—but otherwise lots and lots of words. We’re well past the tipping point of ‘more mobile than desktop’, and the use of content management systems has skyrocketed—so the way we set those words...
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Photo by Peter Constable of Jason teaching the workshop

Responsive Type & Typography

A Primer on Variable Fonts and Modern Digital Typography Variable Fonts are fast becoming the new standard in supported web font technology—remarkably in only a little over a year since their introduction. In this workshop we will look at what...
Workshop

Variable Fonts and Our New Typography

For centuries, typography has shaped the way we ‘hear’ what we read. In our web work, though, we’ve have to balance our typographic desires with user experience and performance, knowing that every weight, width, or style of a typeface required...
Talk
WakamaiFondue site by Roel Nieskens

WakamaiFondue

by Roel Nieskens
Roel’s sense of humor (wakamaifondue == what can my font do... get it?) is only outshone by how clever he is as a developer. This...
Webfont Handbook by Bram Stein

Webfont Handbook

by Bram Stein
There’s more to choosing a webfont than aesthetics—rendering, language support, hosting, and licensing are equally crucial to communicating your message. Think of webfonts as progressive...
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