A new grid view I've been working on sporadically for the last couple months. Includes revised site chrome, navigation, similarly revised list view, a toolbar to play with display options, and a bunch more.
over 3 years ago
Looking good. Does the displayed text scale down based on the word(s) entered by the user?
Looks slick Jason. There's definitely going to be increased need for different ways of finding and maybe more importantly comparing fonts as the library grows.
Phil: For now, we're just thinking it could cutoff like it currently does. You could also switch to the list view to see one font per line. There's also an option to include a couple lines of text under this big text to see what a font looks like at a typical body copy size.
Scott, working on that too :)
This is just one of many coming interface improvements.
These are some very exciting improvements. They look great!
Is that sort in the far right of the screen? Would love to see "Popular" (most used) or some sort of better browsing than just tags.
Love this. Hope it brings changes to the current style/tag interface.
Thanks a bunch, now there's a drool spot on my desk.
Patrick: It certainly is.
Jason: Awesome! Sorting is going to make a world of difference for Typekit!
Wow, typekit just keeps getting better.
Thanks for sharing Jason, look forward to it being live. I'm digging the new chrome.
Awesome! This puts my previous friendly gripe in its place.
Davin: Whoops! I totally meant to respond to that ages ago to tell you I had already been working on it. Then I got busy and forgot. :)
No excuses required of course. I figured good things were coming down the pipe anyway.
Very exciting Jason, this looks excellent!
Looks very intuitive, can't wait to use it
great improvements Jason! Lovin the grid.
Agreed with most of the comments above.
I like that you have utilized the simplistic approach enough to completely put the main focus in the hands of the actual typography. That alone makes this shine.
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almost 2 years ago
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