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Deep dive CSS: font metrics, line-height and vertical-align
Line-height and vertical-align are simple CSS properties. So simple that most of us are convinced to fully understand how they work and how to use them. But it’s not. They really are complex, maybe the hardest ones, as they have a major role in the creation of one of the less-known feature of CSS: inline formatting context.
css  fonts 
8 weeks ago by ndw
How Typography Can Save Your Life
What words look like matters — in some cases, a whole lot.
typography  fonts 
december 2016 by ndw
Fantasque Sans Mono
A programming font, designed with functionality in mind, and with some wibbly-wobbly handwriting-like fuzziness that makes it unassumingly cool.
fonts  typography  publ 
november 2016 by ndw
Axis Praxis DJR Lab font
DJR’s Lab was one of the very first variable fonts made after the September 2016 announcement, and he was kind enough to offer it freely for personal use — and in the Axis-Praxis MORE FONTS panel.
fonts  typography  publ 
november 2016 by ndw
mituharu / emacs-mac — Bitbucket
This is "Mac port" addition to GNU Emacs 25. This provides a native
GUI support for Mac OS X 10.6 - 10.12. Note that Emacs 23 and later
already contain the official GUI support via the NS (Cocoa) port.
emacs  osx  fonts 
november 2016 by ndw
HAND-PICKED TALES from ÆSOP’S FABLES with HAND-PICKED TYPE from GOOGLE FONTS
There are over 800 Google Fonts available for free. But, pairing typefaces isn’t easy and many of those fonts don’t work for typical websites. Part of the 25x52 initiative, this collaborative, ongoing project offers inspiration for using Google’s font library.
fonts  typography  google 
september 2016 by ndw
text-scale-adjust
Use text-scale-adjust to change font size in Emacs
emacs  fonts 
august 2016 by ndw
A Curated Collection of the 40 Best Google Fonts
These are the 40 best free web fonts available on Google Fonts, in my humble opinion. They are all open-source and 100% free for commercial use. This collection focuses on typeface families from reputable type designers and foundries that contain multiple weights and styles. I’m purposefully avoiding single-weight display faces as they have limited usefulness in real-world design projects.
google  fonts  opensource  free 
july 2016 by ndw
Tyopgraphy Handbook
The Always-Up-to-Date Guide to Setting Up Your Raspberry Pi
book  design  fonts  typography 
june 2016 by ndw
About trees
A font of tree images
fonts  trees 
may 2016 by ndw
Anonymous Pro Font
Anonymous Pro (2009) is a family of four fixed-width fonts designed with coding in mind. Anonymous Pro features an international, Unicode-based character set, with support for most Western and Central European Latin-based languages, plus Greek and Cyrillic. Anonymous Pro is based on an earlier font, Anonymous™ (2001), my TrueType version of Anonymous 9, a Macintosh bitmap font developed in the mid-’90s by Susan Lesch and David Lamkins. Anonymous Pro is distributed with the Open Font License (OFL).
typography  programming  fonts 
may 2016 by ndw
google/fonts
This project contains the binary font files served by Google Fonts: http://www.google.com/fonts
google  fonts 
october 2015 by ndw
Google Font Directory
The Google Font Directory lets you browse all the fonts available via the Google Font API. All fonts in the directory are available for use on your website under an open source license and are served by Google servers.
fonts  google  webdesign 
february 2011 by ndw
Font smoothing, anti-aliasing, and sub-pixel rendering - Joel on Software
Apple and Microsoft have always disagreed in how to display fonts on computer displays. Today, both companies are using sub-pixel rendering to coax sharper-looking fonts out of typical low resolution screens. Where they differ is in philosophy.
typography  windows  apple  design  fonts 
february 2010 by ndw
Adding straight single and double quotes to Inconsolata
I love the font Inconsolata. At bigger sizes and higher resolutions, it looks incredibly smooth and clear, and avoids the messy sort of feeling that Monaco gains as text density increases.

One thing that bothered me about Inconsolata, however, was the fact that its single and double quotes were slightly slanted or curly. It especially bothered me when using single quotes and commas, as the two looked visually similar, and my eye kept jumping levels.
fonts  monospace 
september 2009 by ndw
Inconsolata
Inconsolata is my first serious original font release. It is a monospace font, designed for code listings and the like, in print. There are a great many "programmer fonts," designed primarily for use on the screen, but in most cases do not have the attention to detail for high resolution rendering.
typography  fonts  programming  monospace  from twitter
september 2009 by ndw
Hivelogic - Top 10 Programming Fonts
I’m a typeface geek, and when it comes to selecting a font I’ll stare at all day, I tend to be pretty picky. Recently, when I discovered that a friend was using a sub par typeface (too horrible to name here) for his Terminal and coding windows, my jaw dropped, my heart sank a little, and I knew it was due time for me to compose this article.
fonts  programming  monospace 
september 2009 by ndw
The League of Moveable Type
We're done with the tired old fontstacks of yesteryear. Enough with the limitations of the web, we won't have it. It's time to raise our standards. Here, you'll find only the most well-made, free & open-source, @font-face ready fonts.
typography  fonts  opensource  from delicious
june 2009 by ndw
WhatTheFont! « MyFonts
Upload a sample, find out what font it is.
fonts  tools  typography 
june 2009 by ndw
List of Web Safe Fonts - Font Tester
Here is the list of websafe fonts that I use in my own personal web development. Websafe fonts are fonts that are common among Windows, Mac, Linux, etc.
websafe  fonts  web  safe  web-safe  windows  mac  linux  font  tester  help 
may 2008 by ndw
FIGlet
FIGlet is a program for making large letters out of ordinary text
typography  fonts  ascii  software 
january 2007 by ndw

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