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PUBLIC MARKS with tags webdesign & typography

April 2008

March 2008

Aviary - Creation on the fly

by sbrothier & 2 others
Aviary is a suite of web-based applications (RIAs) for people who create. From image editing to typography to music to 3D to video, we have a tool for artists of all genres.

February 2008

January 2008

James Whittaker - Em based layouts - Vertical rhythm calculator

by sbrothier & 1 other
Typography on the web has become a point of focus for standards based developers recently. The pioneering work by Mark Boulton and Richard Rutter has highlighted the importance of good web typography. With the advent of more standards compliant browsers and a better understanding of the capabilities of CSS, more developers are spending the extra time and effort in pursuit of typography excellence within their designs.

December 2007

November 2007

October 2007

15 Excellent Examples of Web Typography. Part 1 | i love typography

by sbrothier & 8 others
I have spent the last month searching, stumbling, noting, bookmarking and analysing in a quest to find 15 Excellent examples of Web Typography. I’ve chosen them because they make excellent use of type. Some of the examples mimic the typography of print, while others actually leverage web technology, smart CSS and delicious HTML to make their pages not only aesthetically pleasing, but legible, user-friendly and easily navigable.

The Showcase Of BIG Typography | Design Showcase | Smashing Magazine

by sbrothier
The main advantage of excellent typography lies in its ability to be both attractive and functional at the same time. Although images communicate more vividly, text presentation can impress visitors with its sharpness and precise geometrical forms and curves. Consequently, chosen wisely and used carefully, it can be very effective — and there are dozens of outstanding examples of how the latter can be achieved.

September 2007

Incremental leading : Journal : Mark Boulton

by sbrothier
There has been a lot said recently about Vertical Rhythm. Richard Rutter began the work on 24ways last year with the piece ‘Compose to a Vertical Rhythm’. This was built upon by Wilson Minor on A List Apart recently with his article on Baseline Grids. All sound typographic advice. If you haven’t read both of them, I’d urge you to do so now otherwise you know what I’m on about it in this post.

August 2007

Anti-Grain Geometry - Texts Rasterization Exposures

by sbrothier & 3 others (via)
An attempt to improve text rasterization algorithms using only publicly available information

June 2007

Add and delete vertical space in measured intervals | The Elements of Typographic Style Applied to the Web

by sbrothier
“Headings, subheads, block quotations, footnotes, illustrations, captions and other intrusions into the text create syncopations and variations against the base rhythm of regularly leaded lines. These variations can and should add life to the page, but the main text should also return after each variation precisely on beat and in phase.”

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