Collaborative web page with Craig Mod for Mozilla that exploits new @font-face, a CSS rule implemented in Firefox’s latest 3.5 release which allows web designers to reference fonts not installed on end user machines.
Jointly written and designed, this demo page shows what is now possible using @font face. (In other words: it allows web designers to store fonts on their server and reference them in CSS, regardless of what fonts the user browsing the page has installed.)
Look at it in Firefox- it is designed for that. It looks OK enough in Safari, but we’d rather have you see it in all its glory. Click around a bit and see what the future of typography for the web looks like….
We lucked out in getting Underware to agree to be our foundry partners in making this demo happen.
Original referring page on Mozilla’s site is here.