Typography is what comes between the author and the reader. This is as true on the web as it is in any other medium. If a text has anything at all significant to say, it needs a typographer’s care, which will in turn be repaid by the reader’s attention. If you design websites or use CSS then you are a typographer whether you know it or not.
This talk will give you will give a set of guidelines that deftly combine implementation details with typographic theory and set you on the road to designing beautiful and effective responsive typography.
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