Tim Brown • @nicewebtype
The web is universal and, in this talk, Tim Brown shows us how to practice typography in a way that is equally universal. Focusing on traditional typographic principles, while also embracing progressive enhancement, Tim explains how fonts, CSS, web-enabled devices, and user contexts coexist. Together, we will reevaluate what it means to successfully set type — and inform our routine decisions about typefaces, font sizes, and white space.
“The web is the best place for text. It can be searched, copied, translated.” @nicewebtype is killing it at #InspireConf.— Jeffrey Zeldman (@zeldman) December 11, 2012
Hey responsive web! Don’t forget to reduce your line-height on smaller viewports. Smaller horizontal measure requires less vertical space.— Frank Chimero (@fchimero) April 20, 2013
“The web is not a place where typography is one thing.”— David Berlow Says (@DavidBerlowSays) December 6, 2012