For the font market, 2012 was a year in which burgeoning trends matured into permanent shifts.
The most obvious example of lasting change is in type for the web. Professional webfonts were available in 2011 — primarily via services hosting previously released font families — but buyers can now expect most new fonts to be issued in both desktop and web formats.
I just had a very pleasant dream where a little old black lady cooked me a sans-serif font of roast beef.
Are you a fan of Font Awesome? I am, it’s perfect for web developers who want to spice up their layouts with vector icons, large or small. They download fast (being a font) and look great. Version 2 is in the works with even more icons.
I’m always having to load up the page and look up the list to find the class name for a given icon. Weary of that, I thought I’d make a handy print guide. See, print isn’t dead!
Download the PDF poster here, and go get Font Awesome today.