Category Archives: CSS

Boing Boing’s Redesign Uncovers the Dark Side of Web Fonts

Culture news site Boing Boing recently tried a daring experiment — redesign its immensely popular website using some largely untested tools of the open web. Unfortunately for Boing Boing, its ambitious plan resulted in a small disaster. The team decided to use CSS3′s @font-face rule in its recent site redesign, which would enable it to… Read More »

Typotheque’s Web Fonts Rock, But Old Machines Can’t Learn New Type Tricks

Font foundry Typotheque has introduced a new web font system that gives web authors a new set of font embedding options for their website designs. However, as cool as Typotheque’s new tools are, they can’t overcome some larger problems with the @font-face rule in CSS and the state of type on the web in general.… Read More »