In my last article, “The Past and Present of Web Typography”, I’ve discussed alternatives to browser core fonts. Since font replacement for paragraphs is unrealistic, for the time being we have to make do with core fonts. If we’re forced to use these system fonts what sort of control do we have over setting them? Read More »
The core four: Georgia, Verdana, Arial, and Times. Familiar to most, as the web safe fonts. All solid choices for maximum compatibility. Nearly all of computers show them accurately (as shown below).
Update: Type designer Rod McDonald provided corrections to my sloppy wiki-research. Read More »
Searching for icons is a little like a treasure hunt. That is, if the treasure was spread all over in the hardest to reach places. The problem is you end up liking one or two icons in a whole set and throwing out the rest. There’s a solution and it’s called Icon Finder. All the icons you could ever need with licensing information just a quick click away.
I used Icon Finder heavily on my site and would like to credit some of the many wonderful icon designers who help us all look so good.