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Free and liberated ebooks, carefully produced for the true book lover. Download free ebooks with professional-quality formatting and typography, in formats compatible with your ereader.
Tokyo subway’s humble duct-tape typographer - Chris Gaul - Mediummedium.com/@chrisgaul/tokyo-subways-humble-duct-tape-typographer-a8c84bb6b99b
The story of a humble security guard and his hand-lettered subway signage.
In-Depth Guide to the Best Free Fonts • Beautiful Web Typebeautifulwebtype.com/
Discover the best free fonts from Google and across the web. See beautiful examples, recommended pairings, OpenType features, and more.
<Now Go Bang!> Raster CRT Typography (According to DEC)masswerk.at/nowgobang/2019/dec-crt-typography
A closer look at the glyphs drawn by the DEC terminals VT100 and VT220.
All you need to know about hyphenation in CSS | Clagnut by Richard Rutterclagnut.com/blog/2395
Automatic hyphenation on the web has been possible since 2011 and is now broadly supported. There is however far more control available to designers than just turning on hyphens.
Reader Mode: The Button to Beat | CSS-Trickscss-tricks.com/reader-mode-the-button-to-beat/
As a young nerd, I loved to immerse myself in digital worlds, learning the ins and outs of the rules someone else had created for me (intentionally or
Rhythm in Web Typography | Better Web Typebetterwebtype.com/rhythm-in-web-typography
Horizontal rhythm mostly impacts the legibility, while vertical rhythm impacts the readability of the text and establishes a sense of visual hierarchy.
Sans Forgetica - RMITsansforgetica.rmit/
Sans Forgetica is a typeface that has been scientifically designed to aid memory retention. It was designed by a multidisciplinary team of academics and designers at RMIT University to aid students when studying.
Can Fonts Really Help Those With Dyslexia? | | Eye on Designeyeondesign.aiga.org/can-fonts-really-help-those-with-dyslexia/
As a child, a cat always became a bat. My name was not Maddy but Mubby. Stranger still, a dog would often take the shape of a bog. My German mother would sit me at the kitchen table and tell me to read aloud from a German book; although I was fluent in the language and loved stories, the exercise was painfully boring
How the Web Became Unreadable | WIREDwired.com/2016/10/how-the-web-became-unreadable/
I thought my eyesight was beginning to go. It turns out, I’m suffering from design.