Mark Simonson tweeted on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Proxima Nova’s commercial launch the other week, and it caught us by surprise. Ten years already?! It’s been one of the most popular fonts on Typekit since we launched, and for good reason: it works beautifully on the web, and is hugely adaptable to different design directions.
We’ve rounded up a few recent examples of Proxima Nova in use to showcase some of that versatility. If you’re inclined to learn more about the design, here’s Mark’s original blog post from shortly after the initial release — as well as a more recent visual …Read post
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Wow, what a ride! 🎢 Fans of Source Code Pro, your day has arrived: we’ve updated our popular open source coding family with lots of new, exciting goodies. 🙌 Source Code now has true italics, the upright fonts now feature support for Greek and Cyrillic, and we have accommodated many user requests and made general improvements to the family. The updated versions of Source Code Pro upright fonts along with new italics are available now to sync or serve from Typekit for all plans.…Read post
This one’s been simmering for a while, and we’re delighted to finally tell you about a substantial expansion to the Typekit Library. TypeTogether, Dalton Maag, and URW++ are three prolific type foundries, and this huge update introduces hundreds of their fonts into our collection. We’ve got a great mix of totally-new and new-to-Typekit fonts, along with updates and expansions to some of your favorites.
We’ve listed the entire update here for easier browsing. We’ll be diving deeper into each of these foundries’ respective updates in the coming weeks. All of these fonts are available for use on your websites, and many are also …Read post