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Free HTML / CSS for type & palette proposals. Posted on 24 June 2011 • 26 comments During the research phase of a recent client project, I found myself creating some simple markup and styles to present the client with options for the project’s typeface and colour palette.
On the assumption that I’ll probably re-use this code again, and in the hopes that someone else might find it useful, I thought I’d put it up here for people to download. The premise is simple, but admittedly it’s for a pretty specific scenario, which is this: you want to try out some typeface ideas by rendering real fonts in the browser, using a font delivery service such as Typekit, Fontdeck, Google Web Fonts, etc. At the same time, you also want to test out potential colour palettes. Fantastical | Meet your new assistant.
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