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I don't seem to have the problems they're trying to solve for me.
Whoever thinks they need 23,000 fonts for any medium is fucked.
2 Hands full of type is all one really needs for any/all circumstances.
Is there a comparable service for visually setting up text hierarchies and comparing them against each other? It's not the fonts that tempt me, it's the ability to test (and proof) typography.
"There are now about as many different varieties of letters as there are different kinds of fools." ~ Eric Gill
I've signed up but I have only poked around so far. Looks very well made. Showing it to print design colleagues for whom I think it will make sense of some core principles of type for the web. The site is really well thought out and put together. There is a lot of complicated stuff here and it doesn't feel that intimidating. The range of typefaces is big but that's more an indication of industry buy-in. I'm looking forward to having a chance to truly put it through its paces.