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Type aficionado Tim Brown has written a great piece about how to make typographic enhancements with the OpenType features of a web font. These additions can be subtle, such as ligatures and small caps, but other tools such as kerning or contextual alternates can often have a big impact on the overall reading experience:
More than fancy swashes and superfluous ligatures, OpenType features are font superpowers. The best, most capable typefaces are full of sophisticated reasoning and delightful surprises — things that are often integral to the design of the type itself, or that help it work better for specific typesetting tasks.
It was once famously said that the web is 95% typography. You can't be a web designer and ignore type! Frontend Masters has an in-depth course on web typography from Jason Pamental getting into things like responsive styles, variable fonts, font loading, and more.
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