Good typography is one of the most important aspects of any website. It’s also one of the hardest to nail and it requires a lot of tweaking before you get something that looks good and works well.
To help you out in that laborious task here are some resources that I think will come handy.
- Typeplate a typographic starter kit
- Interactive Guide to Blog Typography the basics of typography for the blog articles
- Beautiful Web Type, A showcase of the best typefaces from the Google web fonts directory
- Typespiration good web typography
- A-Z of Web Typography 26 posts by WebDesign Tuts
- Butterick’s Practical Typography book
- Smart Quotes for Smart People good typography uses smart quotes, not dumb quotes
- Typ.io a catalogue of web typography
- TypeWolf Finger on the Pulse of Web Typography
- Maratz SubHeads different typographic scales
- Best New Web Fonts of 2013
- Type Scale a visual type scale
- Chris Coyer shows you how to add stroke to web text
- Font Prep a mac os tool that allows you to transform your true type fonts (ttf and otf) into web fonts (woff, eot, svg). Similar to Squirrel’s font generator but for the desktop.