So many fonts on the Web to chose from, but what is the best? This depends on many variables such as availability, readability, character and application. What is the feeling or style you want to convey to the reader? Is it fun and friendly or formal and old fashioned? Does it have to be smaller than a certain point size or is it for headlines? Is it live text or an image? There are two basic types of fonts, Serifs and Sans-Serifs. For the purpose of this post I will get into web-safe fonts within these two font families.
I forgot that I had one more SES San Jose video interview in my arsenal, so here it is for your viewing pleasure! (See SES, I’m like a gift that keeps on giving.) I caught up with Jonah Stein, goliath blogger and SEO from It’s the ROI, to chat about the prevalence and impact of spam in social media, the notion of “black hat” social media and SEO, and to unveil a new term called “white knight SEO,” which “aims to protect users from scams by dominating organic search results with consumer protection information.”
It’s almost hard to believe that it’s already September, marking the back to school rush, the start of fall and, of course, the beginning of a very busy conference season. Members of 10e20 will be popping up at a bunch of really great shows over the next few months, but here’s a quick look at where to find us during the month of September.