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Links tagged with “fonts”

  1. Wakamai Fondue, the tool that answers the question “what can my font do?”

    Drop a font on it and it shows you lots of info about it, and displays its characters.

  2. Bunny Fonts | Explore Faster & GDPR friendly Fonts

    “…designed as a privacy-friendly drop-in replacement for Google Fonts holding the same API format.” (via

  3. TT2020 | More Information

    Creating a more realistic typewriter font. But I don’t understand why the movies mentioned didn’t use a real typewriter. And don’t get me started on “handwriting” fonts. (via Michael Thai)

  4. Fontello - icon fonts generator

    Create your own icon font using only the icons you need, select from Font Awesome and other free libraries.

  5. Tinytype

    “Find default system fonts that exist across common mobile platforms in the form of a handy compatibility table.” (via Daring Fireball)

  6. Create Your Own @font-face Kits | Font Squirrel

    Upload an OTF etc font and it’s turned into a lovely package of webfonts. Like magic.

  7. Helvetica: Old and Neue -

    I’ve never got round to looking up the differences between Helvetica and Helvetica Neue. Now I know. (via Daring Fireball)

  8. Soyouneedatypeface.jpg 1983×1402 pixels

    Nice, and funny, typeface-choosing flowchart. (via Haddock a while back)

  9. Revised Font Stack | A Way Back

    More thoughts on good CSS font stacks. (via Tom Taylor)

  10. Cufón - fonts for the people

    A way to do pretty fonts nicely in web pages other than sIFR. (I haven’t tried it.)

  11. The first one’s the hardest | i love typography, the typography and fonts blog

    Nice description of someone designing their first font over eighteen months. I’d love to try this (you know, if I had ten times the time I do). (via Kottke)

  12. Font Matrix

    Nice grid of what fonts are available in different OSes with different installs of software.

  13. Unit Interactive :: Blog :: Better CSS Font Stacks

    Sensible examples of lists of fonts to use in CSS.

  14. Facing up to Fonts | Slides and notes

    Interesting presentation on which fonts are available to use on the web, and how best to specify combinations of them. (via Blech)

  15. WhatTheFont : MyFonts

    Upload a scanned piece of text and it’ll tell you what font it is. (via Daring Fireball)

  16. The Fell Types - My Revival Fonts

    Fonts derived from late 17th century printing.

  17. Usable Cross Browser Font Sizing » Middleware Infrastructure

    Magic percentages for getting the same font size on different platforms.

  18. Common fonts to all versions of Windows & Mac equivalents (Browser safe fonts) - Web design tips & tricks

    Because I’m always using losing this and having to Google for it or something similar.

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