Will font foundries become the next RIAA?
The field of typography for the Web has been changing quietly over the past 15 years, and it’s about to take a dramatic twist.
I can remember online typography being an issue since I first accessed the World Wide Web in 1993. Actually, I had been working in Cambridge for a major publisher for years on one of the “walled gardens” that predated the public Web. Ironically enough, it offered better typography than is generally seen on the Internet today.