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Hey Dave,

What are the problems you typically find and solutions you use?

The Typewolf Typography Checklist is an amazing resource , but quite pricey. Rafal Tomal also has a course that’s worth checking out.

Both are great resources. You might find inspiration in something like Matthew Butterick’s Practical Typography and Rafal Tomal’s Typespiration project, too.

Dave

 

I guess it depends on the project:

  • If it's a one off proof-of-concept I won't pay attention to it.

  • If it's a personal project I plan on shipping I'll usually speed things up by looking for a third-party solution.

  • If it's for work, we have a design system.

EDIT: I also like using modularscale.com when I want to tighten things up.

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