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Matthew Butterick’s Practical Typography – A web-based bookhttp://practicaltypography.com/
“Typography is the visual component of the written word. And being a publisher of the written word necessarily means being a typographer. This book will make you a better typographer.”
Getting started with variable fonts, by @clagnuthttp://clagnut.com/blog/2389/
Richard Rutter explains the basics of variable fonts and the new values coming with CSS4.
Get the Balance Right: Responsive Display Text, by @clagnut ◆ 24 wayshttps://24ways.org/2016/responsive-display-text/
Richard Rutter (Clearleft) shows how to use
vmin and a hybrid method of sizing text using CSS
calc() to achieve balanced font-sizes for different viewports.
Designing for the Web, by Mark Boultonhttp://designingfortheweb.co.uk/index.php
Modern web design is a discipline that spans a huge range of skills. In his book, Mark Boulton masterfully guides you through things like process and workflow, research, typography, colour, layout, and much more.
A #cheatsheet of the A-Z of #typography jargon, by Fontsmithhttp://www.itsnicethat.com/news/fontsmith-typography-jargon-dictionary-300616
London foundry Fontsmith has produced an in-depth glossary of typography jargon in infographic format.
The New Web Typographyhttps://robinrendle.com/essays/new-web-typography/
A wonderful piece by @robinrendle about the aesthetics, the quirks, the flexibility, and the fragility of web typography.