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This week’s finds are all about two things: typography and web design. If you don’t like either of those things, what are you doing here?!? This week, we have: a great free font family; a cool CSS3 ribbon menu tutorial/code; a bunch of interesting (albeit perhaps not the most useful) snippets of CSS3 code; a great article from A List Apart on web design & your rates; and a cool new web typography movement called Open Typography. Read on!
A Kickstarter-funded project, this free typeface has 9 weights in regular & true italic versions. Nice.
My word! The things you can accomplish with CSS these days.
These examples are fun… but I don’t know if your client would enjoy having text disappear when you hover over it. (via @korymath)
A List Apart hits another home-run with this article; everyone always has questions about their pricing strategy. Read up!
“OpenTypography is an open source project with the goal of bringing better typography to every type of digital screen.” Yup! Pretty cool stuff here.
See you next week!