Featured site: Martha Stewart
One way in which Typekit is making the web a better place is by providing solutions that are more accessible than those of yore. Gone are fussy image and Flash replacement techniques; with broad support for
@font-face and Typekit’s easy set up, you can use real fonts in less time, and your site will be more accessible as a result.
Martha Stewart is the latest site to make the switch, having recently dropped Flash on their homepage in favor of Typekit. Museo Sans adorns the home page feature block, lending a clean, contemporary air to the page overall. Better yet, the designers, developers, and content editors behind the site now have a much more proficient workflow. Typekit takes care of delivering the fonts everywhere, so they can get back to work.