Quality, free web fonts are difficult to come by these days. The best place I could think to find them: Twitter. Beautiful typefaces are usually an investment, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find affordable ones. Tobias recently asked for recommendations on Twitter for completely free typefaces, and there was no shortage of options. Here …
Whether you’re working on a sign design for a coffee shop or a luxury boutique, choosing the right font for your sign will go a long way to make your signage look more professional and unique. When designing different types of signs, you are often forced to work with specific standards a…
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I first discovered the `calc()` function more than four years ago, thanks to [CSS3 Click Chart](http://css3clickchart.com/#calc), and I was absolutely delighted to see that basic mathematical computations — addition, subtraction, multiplication and division — had found their way into CSS. A lot of people think preprocessors fully cover the realm of logic and computation, but the `calc()` function can do something that no preprocessor can: **mix any kind of units**. Preprocessors can only mix units with a fixed relation between them, like angular units, time units, frequency units, resolution units and certain length units.
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Type Anything is a free and awesome typography tool to create and test font combinations for your projects
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Calculate, visualize, and learn about modular scales.
There are a few different ways to manage responsive type on the web. My personal approach is to use the :root selector for maximum flexibility.