Cursive fonts – also known as script fonts – are a popular style of typography, and are especially prevalent on the web. They’re often representational of handwriting, which means if you have a little knowledge of how to scan and map artwork into font-generating software, it’s relatively easy to create your own. However, this abundance… continue reading
Typography is an integral part of design, so it’s no wonder web fonts usage soared once browsers started supporting them. Based on the statistics gathered by the HTTP Archive, nearly 65% of all websites use web fonts as of November 2016. This is great. But there’s a downside: web fonts have become a performance and… continue reading
How a little BEM and cleverness can make extensive use of EMs worth doing, and how it can up your game.
The following is a guest post by Jeremy Wagner, a web developer, author, and speaker living in the Twin Cities. He’s got a new book on web performance. Her