Category Archives: typography

True Font Families

A List Apart is featuring an article on the future of CSS. Their prediction? Increased compatibility with web fonts, decreasing reliance on browser compatibility. Today, if a user doesn’t have a font, tough luck. But in the future? CSS coding … Continue reading

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Rapid Fire Thoughts

I’m sitting in one of Purdue’s undergrad computer labs to work on my teaching portfolio (the draft of which is below–I’m going to play around with that Dali-esque scheme). The reason I’m using a gen-pop lab: the new Adobe Creative … Continue reading

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For the Love of Gill Sans

Argh. Since getting my MacBook, I rarely use a PC. The notable exception might be a two-screen PC in the English department’s multimedia lab when I am working on a large scale web project. Recently, I helped my wife with … Continue reading

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