So do I. I think it's inevitable, now.
There's been a fundamental change - I suspect - in the way the industry sees fonts.
There is just no competitive advantage to be had by introducing a … (View Post)
This forum caters to people who make fonts, not web designers. And I'm sensing from some of the replies that the initial question is getting skewed a bit.
The question asked at the beginning of this… (View Post)
@Tobias Kvant - since that thread on Typophile, from 2010, the HTML5 recommendation was published by the W3C. You'll find there a long list of Unicode points that are mapped to human-friendly names … (View Post)
Well, until Unicode and, more importantly, near universal support for it in software, we had a Tower of Babel situation with competing "standards" being offered by different businesses and … (View Post)