Flipping on tabular numbers • Columns of data are easier to compare numbers are aligned
Custom fonts on and CSS on Squarespace • Learn how to make your template your own, starting with the font
April is for sharing small projects • When it comes to posting projects, I’ve been foolish
Mozilla’s open source typeface Zilla Slab is available • Mozilla has open sourced Zilla Slab, designed by Typotheque.
SAD Cast EP42: Typographer Kenneth Ormandy • SAD Mag art director Pam Rounis and I nerd out about fonts on her podcast.
What did you learn at TypeParis? • I was interviewed along with Andreas Nymark and Jocelyn Anderson for the TypeParis blog.
Johannise • My typeface Johannise on the TypeParis blog.
Type@Paris visits the Bibliothèque Mazarine • Typography at the oldest public library in France
Baskerville’s Characteristicks • My type revival outline for Type@Paris
Type Trip 2016 • Neon traditions, cathedral inscriptions, design exhibitions, signage positions…
Don’t Wait for ServiceWorker • Adding Offline Support with One-Line
Testing and deploying with ordered npm run scripts • A front-end development workflow tutorial, for the npm blog.
Lost Type visits Some Office • Part of my visit to Chicago with Lost Type.
Type Trip 2015 • I’ll be at Lost Type’s field trip and TypeCon 2015.
Efficient Web Type, c. 1556 • There’s precedence for designers’ role in the performance of type on the web.
Make something of your ridiculous domains • …because designers and developers have spare domains in excess.
Workflow tips while learning RoboFont & Glyphs • Getting the most out of a class teaching type design and its software.
Introducing Normalize-OpenType.css • Add ligatures, kerning, and more to Normalize.css.
Your favourite app isn’t native • On confirmation bias and the prevalence of hybrid apps.
Web Type West • A live-blog of the one-day event on web typography in Vancouver, BC.
Static draft posts with Harp • I have a lot of bad ideas. At least now, some are contained to draft posts.
Start a blog with Harp • Let’s make a simple blog—I am one of those people that makes more blogs than posts, after all.