Your iPhone, iPad, and Mac Font Is Likely Going to Change

Are all the Apple users ready for a font change? Everyone loves a font change! Love it or not, a new look might be coming to your iOS and Mac OS devices. 9to5Mac‘s Mark Gurman quotes the ubiquitous sources with…

Garamond Typeface Can Save US Millions, Says Teen

Could something as little as changing what font it uses on documents save the US Government millions of dollars each year? Yes, says student Suvir Mirchandani. The 14-year-old discovered his findings when he decided to look for ways to cut…

Google Web Fonts Now Helps You Find Alternatives

Google doesn’t pretend to have every font you might want available in Google Web Fonts. Now, they’re pointing you to alternative sources when they don’t have what you’re looking for. In a brief post the the Web Font Blog, Google…

Source Code Pro: Adobe’s New Fonts For Coders

Adobe announced a lot of new Web development tools today at its Create The Web keynote. The company hopes developers and creators will use its newly Edge tools to push the Web forward. Two of the Edge tools announced today…

Zuckerberg’s Sister Now Part Of YOLO Meme, Following Google’s Wildfire Acquisition

Google acquired Wildfire this week. It’s a social media marketing platform company, but Google also snagged a couple of Zuckerbergs along with the rest of the team. One is Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s sister Arielle, and the other, while not…

How Google Handles Font Replacement

Google’s Matt Cutts put up a new Webmaster Help video, discussing how Google handles font replacement. The video was created in response to a user-submitted question: How does Google view font replacement (ie. Cufan, SIFR, FLIR)? Are some methods better…

Google Goes Font Crazy, Adds 450 To Google Docs

Tired of Arial, Times New Roman and Courier? Google wants to spruce up your documents with 450 new fonts. “Often the best way to get your point across is to present your idea in a creative, captivating way,” they say…

The Comic Sans Project Promises To Defend Everyone’s Favorite Font

One time, during a fairly boring lecture in one of my unremarkable college courses, something amazing happened. My professor put up the title page from a student’s essay and began mercilessly berating said student for one simply failure. They used…

Blogger Drops New Fonts

With a move that can only be described as “sheer brazenness,” Google’s weblog service, Blogger.com, has introduced a feature that may just be the tipping point between order and chaos in society: the introduction of 35 additional fonts to their blog service.

Perhaps “unleashing” captures the moment better than the word “introduction.”

Google Adds Web Font Support to Google Docs

Google announced today that Google Docs now supports web fonts using the Google Font API. To start off, there are six new fonts available.