There are 3 entries matching ‛Literata’:
My website used to be set primarily in two very different typefaces: Ingeborg and Premiéra. This is story of how I switched to a fantastic single variable font which provided the same practical and stylistic benefits, only better.
In my previous post I extolled the virtues of Literata’s font optical sizing, in particular how it worked automatically in the browser. That is until the release of Safari 16 with macOS Ventura. Here’s how to work around the bug.
Professional fonts can contain a lot characters you will never use, increasing file size uncessarily. These characters can be removed by subsetting a font. This post explains how to subset fonts from first principles on a Mac using fonttools.