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New and updated fonts from Mark Simonson, including alternates, small caps, and Proxima Nova Soft https://blog.typekit.com/2011/05/16/new-and-updated-fonts-from-mark-simonson-including-alternates-small-caps-and-proxima-nova-soft/

New members of the Proxima Nova superfamily. Proxima Nova, one of the most popular and versatile type families on the web, is now even better: forty-two weights and styles of alternate characters (see also: condensed, extra condensed),...

Sites We Like: Festival of the North East, The Governors Ball Music Festival, and Settlers of Catan https://blog.typekit.com/2013/02/08/sites-we-like-festival-of-the-north-east-the-governors-ball-music-festival-and-settlers-of-catan/

We’re wrapping up this week with some music and games. Play on into the weekend with this week’s sites we like! It may only be February, but doesn’t this page make you look forward to summer? Cubano‘s cheerful, subtly retro vibe sets...

Sites We Like: Jonathan Suh, Adam Gillitt, Geri Coady, and Christopher Clark https://blog.typekit.com/2013/05/03/sites-we-like-jonathan-suh-adam-gillitt-geri-coady-and-christopher-clark/

When you’re a designer on the web, your portfolio site is the first and best chance you get to demonstrate your talent. Of course, we think it’s even better if you also take the opportunity to show off your refined taste for typography....

Sites we like: Brand New Conference, It’s numbered, and LBVD https://blog.typekit.com/2012/06/08/sites-we-like-brand-new-conference-its-numbered-and-lbvd/

Big type, small type, and playful type in this week’s sites we like. We’re proud to be returning as sponsors to the 2012 Brand New Conference, but we can’t help but like the site, too. Patchwork lettering pairs up with FF Meta Serif and...

When type geeks and alpacas collide https://blog.typekit.com/2013/10/24/when-type-geeks-and-alpacas-collide/

This summer, our managers Caleb Belohlavek and David Lemon decided it was time we hit the road for a hardcore offsite planning session. We wanted to share our extreme team-building experience with our readers—we hope you enjoy this...

Setting subheads with CSS https://blog.typekit.com/2013/07/25/setting-subheads-with-css/

Subheads are typographic devices that establish content structure for the reader, providing a short overview of the content that follows. We can use them as points of visual interest or as simple navigational aids that gradually disclose...

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