Admit it: Pushing designers over the edge is fun. Here's how to use typography on your website to aid in the cause.
The majority of webpages are comprised of 95% typography. No matter how amazing your choice of images, color, or overall design in a web page, if your typography is bad your design can ultimately fail -- and not aesthetically, but in communicating to web users effectively. That's why type is not an afterthought; it is the voice of a website and is as important to the design as any other element. From large headlines and bold blocks of text, to bulleted lists, to smaller-sized text in body copy, captions, and even links, it is THE means of communication on the web -- and can do so effectively if done right, or drive people away if done poorly.