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Posts tagged with ‘google’

  1. 2022

    1. The final Google Fonts Knowledge drop of 2022

      01 December 2022

      The year’s almost at its end, but we’ve got one last Google Fonts Knowledge drop for you, and, although I’m biassed... it’s a really good one. In my opinion, it builds upon what we launched for Q1, Q2, and Q3 with some well-rounded content that really takes the resource up a notch.

    2. Google Fonts Knowledge Q3 content drop

      03 November 2022

      We’ve just dropped a load of new content on Google Fonts Knowledge! 15 new articles and 9 new glossary terms, to be precise. Here’s a post with a quick breakdown.

    3. Google Fonts Knowledge Q2 content drop

      21 July 2022

      Today marks Google Fonts Knowledge’s second content drop of the year and I figured it was worth a quick post to cover all the newness.

    4. Google Fonts Knowledge Q1 content drop

      07 April 2022

      When we launched Google Fonts Knowledge at the end of last year, I mentioned that it was “just the start of something much larger” and today, we’re making good on that promise: our first content drop of 2022 has gone live on the site. We’ve added 21 new glossary definitions, four new articles, one heavily updated definition, and numerous small tweaks throughout the existing content. Oh, and Google Fonts Knowledge is now open source thanks to a CC BY-SA 4.0 licence!

  2. 2021

    1. Google Fonts Knowledge

      07 December 2021

      Google Fonts Knowledge — the project I’ve been building with the Google Fonts team over the course of the past year — launched today. GFK is a library of educational content designed to enable designers and developers of all skill levels to choose and use type with purpose.

  3. 2016

    1. One week with the Google Pixel

      04 November 2016

    2. Google Pixel unboxing

      24 October 2016

    3. The Apple-Google shift

      20 August 2016

Looking for something you can’t find here? When relaunching this website, I decided to ‘de-list’ several articles I considered to be outdated / irrelevant / embarrassing. It’s possible they are actually still here and Google might be able to help you find them.