Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating favorites, part of Up and Running with Typekit.
- When I'm browsing for fonts I invariably find…two or three of them that I think…might get the specific job done,…or maybe as I'm looking for a font…I just find a really cool font…that I think might be great for another project…that I'm going to be working on.…Remembering those fonts and then comparing them…can be a little bit of a challenge at times.…So because of this, Typekit allows you to create favorites…which you can then go back to and explore any time you want.…Now you find your favorites by clicking…on the My Favorites tab right here on the interface.…
You can see that I don't have any yet,…it's saying, "hey you don't have any,"…and it tells me that if I want to add a favorite…all I have to do is click that little heart icon…on the fonts that I like and they're going…to be collected here.…So it's a nice way of sort of storing fonts…for later use, if you will.…Alright, so I'm going to go back…to the full library and right now…I'm looking for a Sans Serif font available for web use…that's well-suited for paragraphs,…
- What are web fonts?
- Understanding the Typekit setup requirements
- Browsing fonts
- Creating favorites
- Adding fonts to kits
- Using the Kit Editor
- Customizing selectors
- Defining fallback fonts
- Selecting fonts for desktop use
Skill Level Beginner
Creating Icon Fonts for the Webwith James Williamson3h 56m Intermediate
Typography with CSS in Dreamweaverwith Joseph Lowery2h 30m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Choosing Fonts
3. Deploying Fonts
Additional resources3m 45s
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