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In your @font-face

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We finally have the ability to serve custom fonts to all popular browsers. However, like everything in our profession, there’s a minefield of gotchas and peculiarities between browsers, devices and operating systems.

This presentation (probably meaningless without audio) investigates the browser flaws, optimisations & legal pitfalls in serving webfonts.

Published in: Technology, Design
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  • I’ve only seen the slides, but I think (besides Arial), you’ve done a fantastic job of bringing a pretty technical and dull subject to life. Great stuff!
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  • wow amazing presentation,I tnik it's very creative
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  • This was my talk of the day at DiBi too - impeccably well tested/researched, and full of really good info. I know a fair bit about web fonts, but I learned a lot, even about my own browser's implementation ;-)

    If that is an informational wank to the face, then I'll have 5 more. And a tissue.

    Also, you should wear it as a badge of honour of someone got offended and walked out!
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  • @Tim Ahrens: I’m purely technical, not a designer, hence the poor design/font choice in my slides. It’s not a new deck design, it’s one I’ve used before.

    I don’t credit Håkon with the creation of WOFF in my talk, I credit it to Mozilla, Opera & Microsoft. I don’t have all the info in the slides, I just use them to assist the talky bits. There’ll be a video of the talk at some point, I’ll link it when it’s up.

    Agree re kerning, I wanted to talk about which browsers use kerning & in which situations (also ligatures) but didn’t have the time.

    I wasn’t aware of the cleartype issue, many thanks, I’ll try to create a test case for that and include it in future runs of the talk. Do you have an example to hand?

    Will also look into recomponentizing (is that a word?) TTFs, cheers!
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