how are you? I hope you had a nice time during the holidays. Now it’s a new year and let’s hope better times are ahead of us. Maybe you noticed that I haven’t sent out this newsletter in two months which has never happened before. Sorry about that. I had a rough time and some health issues but I’m better enough now so I can finally get back to work.
📖 My web typography ebook remains discounted at -40% for this month. Grab a digital copy while the price is reduced.
How to pick a Typeface for User Interface and App Design?
Oliver got in touch and sent me his latest blog post and video on how to choose a typeface for app and UI design. This is the fifth video in the series which concludes a mini-course. You should definitely check it out.
Font of the month
Garamond is one of the most beautiful old-style typefaces and surely my favourite one. I never realised that there’s an OpenSource version of it. So when I found it, I immediately decided to feature it. What’s best is, it now also comes as a variable font and can be used via Google Fonts. Definitely check out the italic style! 😍
min(), max(), and clamp(): three logical CSS functions to use today
This is a short and sweet guide on how you can use these cool CSS functions to make the fluid typography work better.
The Rosart Project
A really cool and incredibly detailed case study of reviving an old typeface. The website is also exquisite 👌
This font won’t be very useful but I guess it’s an okay joke 😄
Lots of coding fonts that you can play with and find your next favourite one.
That’s it, see you next month! 👋