Because there are always more forgeries, disputed point sizes, and bad typography, I have been forced to create a web site to promote my font detective services. https://thefontdetective.com
I have been meaning to do this for a while, but getting FontLab VI out the door was a major undertaking.
The front page is in pretty good shape. My web designer is still working on the visual presentation of other pages, but content should be pretty solid. Feedback welcome!
NOTE: Most of the good aspects of the design/presentation are thanks to Josh Korwin (http://blog.threestepsahead.com/)
—the less impressive aspects are doubtless all my fault.
Best of luck with it!
I definitely need to find a chance to use that.
Good luck, Thomas!
Thanks for the suggestion. My initial thought is that this site isn't so much intended for publicity purposes, as to actually be aimed at potential clients. They have a specific problem and are trying to figure out if there is somebody (perhaps me) who can help them solve it.
That said, human interest and intriguing cases probably make for a more interesting site. I'll think about whether there's a better way to strike a balance on that.
"A Scandal in Bodoni"
"The Five Orange Tittles"
When faced with a low quality font rip-off: "The Baskerville of the Hounds".