The Future of CSS Typography

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  1. Modern Layouts: Getting Out of Our Ruts - Jen Simmons

    With new CSS properties for layout landing in browsers, we may be about to see a renaissance in layout design patterns. Jen will show is how we can better use the space inside the glass rectangles, including a multitude of practical examples of what’s newly possible.

    Recorded at Ampersand 2015, Brighton, UK. http://2015.ampersandconf.com/speakers#jen

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  2. Jon Tan - Screen First

    Web fonts are causing designers to approach typography in a whole new way. Services like Fontdeck are fundamentally changing the way designers choose type. Jon will explore this brave new world of web typography, and explain how the constraints of web type are actually an opportunity to refine how we design, from the body up.

    http://ampersandconf.com/jon-tan.php

    at Ampersand Conf 2011

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  3. The Next Steps for Web Typography - Marko Dugonjić

    We’ve come a long way with web typography since the dawn of web design, however, it sometimes feels as if the constraints of old still dampens our creativity. Marko will show us ways we can push typographic design on the web further, beyond the status quo of today.

    Recorded at Ampersand 2015, Brighton, UK.

    http://2015.ampersandconf.com/speakers#marko

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  4. Down with Web Typography - Indra Kupferschmid

    Down with ‘web typography’, long live ‘typography on the web’. Indra will open Ampersand by persuading us to retire the notion of web typography as a special case with its own rules, and instead have us consider the typographic pitfalls specific to type on screens.

    Recorded at Ampersand 2015, Brighton, UK.

    http://2015.ampersandconf.com/speakers#indra

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