Typekit editing interface

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    Here's a preview of the Typekit UI we've been working on. After browsing around our library of fonts and making selections for your website, you open the Editor to configure everything. We've been trying to strike the right balance between application-style interaction and typographic clarity. I like how it's going.

    We've been working on this with Jason Santa Maria who, as ever, has been a joy.

    We'll be sending out our first invites soon. Sign up at the Typekit site to get on the list.

    Meagan Fisher, vormplus, @cdharrison, and 34 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. ulope 58 months ago | reply

      Hm. I'd rather not edit my CSS in some webapp no matter how nice it looks.

    2. David McCreath 58 months ago | reply

      Hey now. That looks dandy.

    3. tonysphere 58 months ago | reply

      The death march of Arial continues.....can't wait to play with it Bryan, Greg, Ryan & Jeff!

    4. anitakhart 58 months ago | reply

      that is one sexy interface. perfect.

    5. thegreatsunra 58 months ago | reply

      Whee! I can't wait to take this one for a spin through South Park, poppin' wheelies in front of Centro and showin' off my fat Akzidenz rims.

    6. emilychang 58 months ago | reply

      Design synchronicity.. I just used this same palette on a design concept last night. Looking good.

    7. Stewf 58 months ago | reply

      Suggestion: A set of real words will sample far better than 'AaBbCcDdEe' simply because a long string of upper- and lowercase letters never appears in real life. You'll also be doing connected scripts like Bello a favor.

    8. Stewf 58 months ago | reply

      Omnes is looking great for the big type in the UI. Is it served by Typekit? What are you using for the small type?

    9. chankdiesel 58 months ago | reply

      nice to see Liquorstore on the list! wow. cool.

    10. Andrew Crow 58 months ago | reply

      Very nice, as always. Congratulations guys.

    11. gollegolle 58 months ago | reply

      Very nice UI, congrats!

    12. patareco 58 months ago | reply

      looks easy enough!

    13. Bram Pitoyo 58 months ago | reply

      Would TypeKit respects OpenType feature (like connected glyphs that Bello is so famous for?)

    14. alexnuts14 58 months ago | reply

      it looks amazing!
      WANT IT

    15. lydia mann 58 months ago | reply

      very exciting!

    16. ilovecolors 58 months ago | reply

      looks very promising, can't wait for this

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