Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Signing up for an account, part of Up and Running with Typekit.
- To use Typekit,…you'll first need to sign up for an account.…They have a range of plans that you can choose from…based on your site requirements and your budget…including a free plan that allows you try out Typekit…and use it as long as you'd like.…So to start previewing some of the plans,…you can go to typekit.com,…and currently they have a link right here…that says How to Buy.…Now, I wanna point out, Typekit is software as a service.…So this page changes frequently.…So the name of the link might be Browse Plans,…Check Out All Of Our Plans, something like that.…
Right now it says How to Buy,…so I'm going to click on that.…That's going to take me to typekit.com/plans.…Here you can see that we have several tiers of plans…including the free trial which we'll talk more about…in just a moment,…but there's the Personal, the Portfolio,…Performance and a business plan…if you have an enterprise level business…that needs service.…Of course, for that, you're going to need to talk…to somebody at Typekit or Adobe.…Now, the different plans really the only thing…
- 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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