With the proliferation of webfonts over the past few years, the demands on web designers have increased. Instead of having a handful of typefaces from which to choose, a designer is faced with thousands of options, from more than a dozen sources. While this embarrassment of riches feels like the best thing to happen to web design since embedded images, not all webfonts are created equal. A wrong choice can doom a design. This presentation will discuss the challenges that webfonts present designers and web users and offer a practical approach to prevent the worst of them.
I work at the @facebook & am @typedia’s managing editor. Accessibility, type, & my family help get me out of bed in the morning. bio from Twitter
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