I launched my new business, Typetura. Typeset packages and digital typesetting tools and consulting.
Color functions in 100% pure CSS! https://codepen.io/scottkellum/pen/VgdqZB
Tint, shade, and mix!
Animated variable fonts out in the real world 😀
Public explorations with motion and variable fonts from @studiodumbar, on view soon at Dutch train stations and commercial spaces. Type by @bartvoll, motion and coding in @drawbotapp by Sander Sturing, an ongoing commission with @ExterionmediaNL:
My coworker, Lindsay Boylan, wrote about her journey to become a UX researcher https://uxplanet.org/a-journey-to-ux-research-3e93de461922
Let it <marquee>snow</marquee>
‘Jamra knew that a Cherokee font would never be on an “all-time bestsellers” list … he was motivated by compassion.’ — https://typographica.org/typeface-reviews/phoreus-cherokee/
Still totally loving @email@example.com's easter egg animation when you resize your browser window. 👍 https://lynnandtonic.com/
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org She does! Thank you @email@example.com! The most engaging conference I’ve been to in the past 3 years. Now time to digest and supercharge our design system at @Thomasnet@twitter.com. :) #Clarity2018
My friend’s startup, Girls Night In, is hiring a senior full stack engineer! Details here: http://girlsnightin.co/careers
CSS gripes inspired by https://spec.fm/podcasts/toolsday/200841
1: Lack of Houdini support. I need to register properties on all the things yesterday. Also control over custom property calculations in JS would be awesome.
2: Form element styling in general. There needs to be a consistent way to do this maybe via the shadow DOM.
3: RIP CSS regions. This was the article that killed them: https://alistapart.com/blog/post/css-regions-considered-harmful Grid flow helps, wanna see grid break like page-break-after
Here, it’s all fun and games, and maybe a little typography stuff.
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