“A flexible system of fonts designed specifically for code… It offers both monospaced and proportional fonts, all with a large range of widths, weights, and styles for richer code formatting.”
Design with web fonts in the browser. Use Typecast to create visual and semantic designs. Check for readability, rendering and beauty then share a working prototype of your design.
Great examples of pairing the right fonts together.
“A typographic starter kit encouraging great type on the Web”
“The iconic font designed for use with Twitter Bootstrap”. 150+ icons
Create a robot purely with typography and pit it against other robots on the site.
“founded with the intention of providing unique and quality fonts based on a pay-what-you-want model. All designers get 100% of the donations their font receives.”
From the makers of Lettering.js comes another awesome jQuery type-focused plugin: “FitText makes font-sizes flexible. Use this plugin on your fluid or responsive layout to achieve scalable headlines that fill the width of a parent element.” Yet again, @trentwalton, @davatron5000 and @raygunray release a killer utility that developers, designers and users alike will benefit from.
The timing of this release meshes perfectly with my redesign of Refresh Austin.
“FFFFALLBACK makes it easy to find the perfect fallback fonts, so that your designs degrade gracefully”
A bookmarklet that tells you what font is being used on a Web page when you hover over the text.
Absolutely gorgeous. I want the full set, including the Webfont license.
A collection of single-character, open source webfont sets, which only contain ampersands.
“Type at work in the real world.”
“So, the story of Comic Sans is not that of a really terrible font, but rather of a mediocre font, used incorrectly on a massive scale”