Two typography designers talk about what it takes to create a font for Google.
Since its launch in November 2000 Identifont has become the largest independent directory of digital fonts on the Internet. It provides a range of features to help you locate fonts or find information about fonts: (more…)
Use this tool to convert a TrueType (TTF) font file into an OpenType (EOT) font file, for use with Internet Explorer for embedded fonts. After using this tool, you will be able to embed fonts on your web pages that can be seen on Internet Explorer 4 and higher, and all current modern web browsers that support embedded fonts via CSS3 (Firefox 3.5 and higher are among such browsers). (more…)
Benefits of Using Google Font API Using Google Font API is a great solution for avoiding the many problems that exist when using @font-face in your website. Firstly, the web service simplifies the implementation of web fonts. With only one line of code to reference the font you want to use and some basic CSS, you can get yourself set up in a matter of minutes. (more…)
Type Terms is the perfect tool for designers to learn the basics of typographic terminology. If you are new to typography or here to refresh your memory, then Type Terms is perfect for you. Please feel free to share this on your website. All that we ask is that you link your post back to this URL. (more…)