Web Typography for the Lonely is an ongoing collection of experiments and writings on, you guessed it, web type. Each entry features a demo and write-up explaining how the result was achieved.
If you answered yes to any of these questions the chances are you may end up lonely… but don’t despair, there’s a website for you: WebTypographyfortheLonely.com
Web Typography for the Lonely is an ongoing collection of experiments and writings on web typography and the possibilities of standards-based web design. It aims to inspire the web community by pushing the boundaries of what is both possible and practical in web standards in a manner that is compelling and exciting to the visually-minded creative.
Created and maintained by Baltimore based designer Chris Clark, each entry features a demo and write-up explaining how the result was achieved. Check it out!
Here are some screen shots of his latest entries, but to experience all the little surprise details first hand you will have to go to trentwalton.com and snoop around. For the richest experience, use a Webkit based browser like Chrome or Safari.
As an aside, take a look at the cool folding effect Russ Maschmeyer put together on Typekit based on the above post.