I'm really looking forward to releasing the iOS apps for Readability on March 1. I Feel honoured to have worked with H&FJ for the typography - their faces are just so perfect on screen.
Many were involved in this. Travis Hines being a key player on the design side.
about 2 years ago
Good things come to those that wait...
Nailed it. Great work.
Vitesse translates to sexayyy, right? Can't wait until Thursday.
the whole thing is looking great! now for the fonts, I am drooling since I saw the video earlier today...
I hope you all don't forget that font must be multilingual ;)
Looks fantastic. The notched slider for text size selection is very interesting. We were trying to figure out how that sort of notched behaviour would work for touch the other day.
Alexander: Unsurprisingly, character sets, like Russian don't exist in most fonts. In cases like this the app renders the articles in resident iOS fonts.
Wow, I can't wait to see it!
That is a beautiful UI. Great work!
Let the good times roll :)
looks very nice!
I sincerely hope Sentinel is in there. Vitesse/Forza is a beautiful face at display sizes but I don't see it being a suitable choice for running text. Not sure why it was included as an option here, when readability's core aesthetic is all about, um, readable text.
Idan: Sentinel is in. Vitesse is remarkably readable - I think you'll be pleasantly surprised. Most font changes in the app take a few minutes to become accustom to (not just Vitesse). On a related note, when I asked Jonathan Hoefler what 5 fonts he'd have chosen for the app his answer included all of the fonts we've chosen, including Vitesse. All that said, I recognizing it's not for everyone, which is why there are 4 other great choices. Mine is the default, Mercury.
That's great news!
I'll endeavor to keep an open mind about Vitesse. It (and its sans cousin, Forza) is one of my go-to faces for techy-but-classy display copy; I've also used it for small amounts of running text set large.
If anybody can change my mind about it, you guys can. Can't wait for the app to drop!
This looks so smooth. Bonus points because Vitesse is a personal favorite.
almost 2 years ago
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