Roel Nieskens released a tool that lets you upload a font file and see what’s inside, from how many characters it contains to the number of languages it supports. Here’s what you see once you upload a font, in this case Covik Sans Mono Black:
Why is this data useful? Well, I used this tool just the other day when I found a font file in a random Dropbox folder. What OpenType features does this font have? Are there any extra glyphs besides the Roman alphabet inside? Wakamai Fondue answered those questions for me in a jiffy.
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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