Not long after an earlier entry poked the New Yorker magazine’s online edition on using webfonts, they now actually do.
- Google can read the headlines
- Users can select the headlines and copy and paste them
- No more cumbersome replicating headlines as bitmaps
The graphic artist in me, has always admired the magazines illustrated covers, its typgraphy and the distinctive typeface the New Yorker is using for its headlines and masthead. It was designed by Allen R. Walden. You can download a close replica here.
- The New Yorker—online edition
- The New Yorker—Facebook
- Consumers hold the New Yorker’s iPad apps in high regards—The New Yorker for the iPad
- Add your best use of webfonts site here—web fonts gallery
- The easiest way to use real fonts on your website—Typekit
- Will Marketing Technology Remember Asimov’s First Law?—Greg Andersen, BBH Labs (on HTML 5)