This font feels like a prettier reincarnation of the 70s, and I love it. I’m afraid it’s too trendy (both too “everywhere” and also too prone to go out of fashion) to use for a logo or anything enduring, but I still want to.
I haven’t found the right project for it yet, but this thick, slanty handwriting font calls to me.
Ben made up an alternate alphabet and I think it would be fun to turn it into a font he could type with.
When I develop a theme, I like to make sure the post editor has accurate styling to provide a consistent experience and reliable results. This trick makes it possible to get Typekit fonts working in WordPress’s TinyMCE editor.
Useful if you only need a subset of font characters.
The real lesson I learned was that in order to do what you want for a living, all you have to do is find a way to show people that you do it. If you want to be a book cover designer but don’t have a single book cover in your portfolio, the chances of…