typecards got a fancy ligature last night. A bit of a struggle to get it working, turns out Fontspring strips all their webfonts of the best parts to save on file size. Good to know in the future.
Edit: Still can't seem to get the ligatures working in FF or iOS. If anyone knows this one better than I do could you leave a comment?
over 1 year ago
Turns out the file was getting cached so I was seeing my local files while everyone else was seeing the ligatureless files. Isn't web dev fun! Ligatures should now be working on both Moz and Webkit browsers.
I'd space t-y a bit, there's just too damn much whitespace between y and p that needs balancing out.
Also - smallcaps for the tagline perhaps?
about 1 year ago
@Alex Pankratov Thanks Alex. I entirely agree, it's something that's bugged me quite a bit, but it's browser rendered and I didn't want to have to rely on Lettering.js or something of similar overhead to tweak it. I may just switch to an SVG that's been manually kerned.
I'll give the smallcaps idea a try. I can't remember if Brandon comes with smallcaps or not, but I might be able to use a reg/med weight combo to make that work.
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