Andrew Johnson is a designer residing in the Boston area. A bit of a rogue, he's spent time learning at the Filament Group, the MIT Mobile Experience Lab, Font Bureau, and Tank Design. Andrew can be found writing electronic music, on his blog, or outdoors. He tweets under the name @aetherpoint.
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The tools we design with have a unique effect on the way we work, constraining and empowering us while we explore, examine and create. Variable fonts give us a new, wide open typographic space with which to work. Instead of prescribing value to individual UI elements in a vacuum, we should take a hybrid and calculated approach to variable font interfaces. How do we structure our design tools to adapt to the new advantages variable fonts provide us with?
We all want to design great typographic experiences—while serving users on a huge array of devices. But today’s type is inflexible and doesn’t scale. We can solve this problem by making webfonts more systemized and context-aware, and live web font interpolation—the modification of a font’s design in the browser—can help us get there. Andrew Johnson points the way.