🧙 Lucian Marin I really like Source Sans Pro. It's compact yet easy to read, making it the perfect choice for a texting platform (even Simplenote uses it). But loading a big WOFF file (133 Kb) and rendering 1942 glyphs isn't pretty. Then you find out that the rendering isn't good on some browsers or operating systems. I guess we're stuck with the fonts provided by our operating systems: Helvetica Neue, Roboto, Segoe UI, Ubuntu.
Login or register your account to reply
Nkrs Looks great with Roboto and Ubuntu under Linux.
7y, 9w reply
Martijn Even when rendered from local font files versus the WOFFs? Then you just have to put it on the font stack for those of us who have the font installed locally.
7y, 9w 1 reply
🧙 Lucian Marin I can't test your local font for bugs and make sure it displays the content right.
7y, 9w reply
Mark Dain Source Code Pro is great too! It's a nice looking font
7y, 9w reply