With today’s luxury of browsing the web using a multitude of devices, including tablets, mobile phones, and more, there are no longer any common fonts installed across all devices. Thus, “web safe fonts” are….dead. Progressive designers have to plan ahead. Coming … Continued
What is it? From the companion site for Thinking with Type by Ellen Lupton: “A basic system for classifying typefaces was devised in the nineteenth century, when printers sought to identify a heritage for their own craft analogous to that … Continued
In this final entry in the series on Designing for the Fold, we’ll look at how the advent of mobile and responsive design has brought web design full circle, and we’ll offer some recommendations on designing strategically, so your most important content is always displayed regardless of where the fold is.
We’re really sorry to break this news to you. But it is true. Web safe fonts are dead. Why? Well, all those devices we hold so dear: iPads, Kindles, iPhones, Droids (insert funny “Droid” audio cue that sounds like a … Continued
Le contenu de notre blog est axé sur les polices Web et la typographie pour les concepteurs et les développeurs, mais ce billet s’adresse à un autre public, les entreprises, qui sont toujours plus nombreuses à nous rejoindre sur WebINK. … Continued