Pith & pulp — not an image, but perhaps a reversion to type.
After Fleet Foxes at The Eden Project, 2011→ More
I’m pleased to be able to say that Analog is joining forces with Fictive Kin! We already work together on Brooklyn Beta…
In 2003, my wife Lowri and I went to a christening party. We were friends of the hosts but we knew almost no-one else…
The first Ampersand web typography conference took place in Brighton last Friday. Ampersand was ace. I’m going to say…
Wow, this has been a busy period. I’m just back from the Ampersand web typography conference in Brighton, and having a…
Stories are everywhere. When they don’t exist we make up the narrative — we join the dots. We make…
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The Magic Behind Type. 10–12 Jun 2014 in Leiden, The Netherlands..
(TBD). 24 Sep 2014 at G Live, Guildford, UK..
The Magic Behind Type. 27–29 Oct 2014 at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Orlando, Florida, USA..
Big Type, Little Type. 18–22 May 2013 at Marriot Marguis and Marina, San Diego, USA.
Big Type, Little Type. 18–20 Feb 2013 at InterContinental, Atlanta, USA.
Big Type, Little Type. 23–25 Jan 2013 at The Albert Hall, Nottingham, UK.
Big Type, Little Type. 12–14 Nov 2012 at The Palace Hotel, San Francisco, USA.
A quick discourse on single versus double quotations marks (or inverted commas for us prosiac Brits) and typographic texture.
The many styles of the humble paragraph from pre-history to the Web, with practical examples using CSS.
The status of the core web fonts and the font-face property with a few thoughts on making quality faces ubiquitous.
Exploring optimal anti-aliasing for core Web fonts and the rendering engines that make it all possible.
Unfortunately, here in Italy, the figure of the web designer is seen as a figure who plays a nerd on the computer,…
Great post Jon, I stumbled across it by chance on Google..!!
I agree with Leicester that table is great!
His dry, droll, richly-flavoured delivery was a humorous counterpoint to some controversial asides…
Hi Jon, In Elliot’s recent and informative article http://bit.ly/13sAS5X he suggested you might be bullied…
Live the questions and one day grow into the answers.
This simple dish was created with a little xHTML, a dash of CSS and a pinch of PHP. It’s garnished with hAtom, hCalendar, XFN, hCard and rel-tag with a large slice of accessible intent. Hopefully it plays nicely, all the time.