1. Adding text and typography to your store's pages


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    The impression you make on your customers comes not only from what your brand says but how it says it. This video will show you how to use your page's WYSIWYG text tools to get sharp typographical layouts incorporated into your lookbooks, about pages or product instructions. Watch more quick tutorials to find out how to set images and videos into your store's pages.

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    • Andy Hume on Web Fonts as a Progressive Enhancement


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      Filmed at Ampersand 2013 in Brighton, UK on 28 June 2013. http://AmpersandConf.com "Progressive enhancement attempts to ensure that content is delivered to all web users regardless of technology. How do web fonts fit into this methodology? What and where are the possible pitfalls, and how might we work around them? Andy will look at some learnings from implementing web fonts on high performance and high availability sites including the Guardian."

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      • Ben Terrett & Chris Heathcote on Designing GOV.UK


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        Filmed at Ampersand 2013 in Brighton, UK on 28 June 2013. http://AmpersandConf.com

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        • Bootstrap 3: Getting Started (part 3: CSS changes, web fonts, backgrounds, color schemes, helper classes, buttons, images)


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          This is a simple guide for my students to setup the Bootstrap 3 front-end framework using Dreamweaver CC. The demo covers responsive, mobile first projects using the Bootstrap source code, precompiled CSS, JavaScript, and font assets. Part 3 demonstrates how to add reusable framework components including and make CSS changes including web fonts, backgrounds, color schemes, helper classes, buttons, responsive images, thumbnails, and more. Time Stamps 00:20 Bootstrap: themes 00:30 Folder Structure: "img" folder 00:58 http://subtlepatterns.com 01:51 Add a "style.css" file in CSS folder 03:18 Web Fonts 03:43 http://www.google.com/fonts 06:01 CSS: .jumbotron background 07:14 CSS: customizing colors 10:42 Bootstrap: helper classes 10:50 Bootstrap: contextual colors 12:30 Bootstrap: contextual backgrounds 13:13 Bootstrap: quick floats 13:55 Bootstrap: buttons 16:10 Bootstrap: responsive images 19:16 Bootstrap: thumbnail images

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          • Condé Nast: redesigning vogue.co.uk


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            Condé Nast is an international publishing company and the creators of Wired, GQ and Vogue. Hear how using Typecast helped them redesign Vogue.co.uk Try it now at http://typecast.com Production: Chris Nelson/Jamie Neely Music: "Filaments" by Podington Bear

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            • Dave Crossland @ UA


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              Dave Crossland's conference at the Communication and Art Department of the University of Aveiro, January 9, 2012. Pictures: https://picasaweb.google.com/pedamado/20120109DaveCrosslandUA?authuser=0&feat=directlink More info on the Conference and Workshop: http://wp.me/p4vwP-DZ This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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              • David Hughes, Monotype, Adventures in Responsive Advertising, New York 2014


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                In this video from Monotype's Brand Perfect® initiative, product designer David Hughes explains how responsive design principles, HTML5 and web fonts can all be used to enhance online advertising.

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                • Edenspiekermann on Type, Branding & RWD


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                  The design gurus at Edenspiekermann tell http://www.Typecast.com why web typography is key to honoring content and bringing brands to life online. Production: Chris Nelson/Jamie Neely Music: "Filaments" by Podington Bear

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                  • FontCast #1 — Webfonts Week: Bryan Mason of Typekit


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                    In FontCast #1 we talk with Bryan Mason, whose Typekit service offers an innovative model in which subscribers pay a monthly fee for access to a library of embeddable fonts, as well as a simple, intuitive method for including them on a website. Learn more: http://fontfeed.com/archives/webfonts-week-an-interview-with-bryan-mason-of-typekit/ http://fontfeed.com/archives/tag/webfonts-week/ http://fontfeed.com/archives/fontfonts-on-the-web-starting-today/

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                    • FontCast #4 — Webfonts Week: Christian Schwartz


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                      On our fourth day of Webfonts Week I thought it wise to hear from someone who repre­sents the future of type design. Who better than Christian Schwartz? With hundreds of typefaces under his belt by the time he reached age 30, Mr. Schwartz is one of the most accomplished and promising young type designers in the world. Most recently lauded for his custom typefaces for The Guardian, Deutsche Bahn, and the Empire State Building, Christian has also released retail fonts under the banners of FontFont, Emigre, House Indus­tries, Font Bureau, and his own Commercial Type. I asked Christian about what lies ahead for web fonts and how he approaches the challenge of designing type for the screen. Learn more: http://fontfeed.com/archives/webfonts-week-an-interview-with-christian-schwartz/ http://fontfeed.com/archives/tag/webfonts-week/

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