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Playing with Fonts

I’m playing with Google Webfonts and Webfonts from fonts.com. It’s really easy to use and this will finally make typography on the web a thing. This really is a big step in interface design.

Only 16 fonts are similar on all different operator systems. If you wanted to make a user and computer friendly website you had to choose one of those fonts. Well not anymore…

Nice.

2 replies on “Playing with Fonts”

Still, as we experienced during development of a new site using fonts.googleapis.com, there is a difference between how imac and windowbased computers show the fonts. We’ve used Molengo for the menu but it looks kinda frayed on mac. We are trying to figure out the reason and how to avoid this discrepancy.

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