A look at making letters actually change the way they look when shown in small or large sizes using variable fonts with an optical size axis.
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Microsoft commissioned 5 sans-serif typefaces and asked on Twitter, which should be the new default that will replace Calibri. I share my suggestion.
Jenny B Kowalski has been posting a-letter-a-day on Instagram exploring multi-axis variable/responsive letterforms.
Default fonts are perhaps most notable in the absence of the impression they make.
A design-curious data scientist crawled the top 1000 websites to analyze their font selections.
Which will be the successor to Calibri? We’ll know in a year.
The way we style text hasn’t changed much over the years.
Over the past few years, I kept bumping into something called Hershey fonts.