Google Font Preview is a new way to play with Google's Web Fonts API. The API is already dead-easy to use: you just include a single line of text in your Web page source code, and you can use fonts in your CSS.
But that's "ease of use" defined in web developer terms... What about the designer types who don't always feel like messing around with code just to see what stuff looks like on the screen? While they can always go for something fancy like Type Folly (which I really do like), sometimes that can be a bit of overkill.
Design, Web services, Google Typography on the web is a major source of difficulty for designers today. There are so few "web-safe" fonts, and there's no standard way to bring new ones into the equation. Well, Google has taken a big... Read Post
The new Google Web Fonts page has some nice features: currently up to 180 font families, filters to select font genre and thickness, view short or long text samples, view styles within a font family… Google Web Fonts Tags: fonts, we... Read Post