In this video you’ll learn how to define the typography sizing for your responsive website using fluid typographic scales.
Let’s say you’ve chosen fonts for your new web design and now you need to work out the size of the various typographic elements. What size should the headings be? How big should the body text be, and on which size screens? Should you just eyeball it, or is there a standard process?
Happily, there is such a process, and that’s by designing a typographic scale (in the case of this tutorial fluid typographic scales, because we’re talking about responsive typography). Check out the video below to learn all about designing your own and achieving perfect web typography.
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