When deciding how to implement web fonts on your website, there are a couple of ways to do it. You can purchase special web font licenses and host the fonts yourself, or select a web font service to handle the … Continued
An interview with Extensis’s Thomas Phinney on what goes into the proper creation of a font, why fonts deserve protection as intellectual property, and his feelings on current copyright laws.
A few months ago, our own Jim Kidwell’s excellent post, Font Licensing and the Freelance Web Designer covered a lot of ground on this timely topic. Since then, the SOPA and PIPA legislation controversy—which Google has helped squash (at least … Continued
The web font revolution has been a welcome improvement to the staid, boring world of default “web safe” fonts that we’ve been forced to live with since the dawn of the web. No longer limited to the fonts that are … Continued