When the web was first introduced, there was almost nothing you could do with type. There were basically two fonts, and you could align text left, center or right. Sizes were limited, colors were few and you had no control over placement on the screen. Love seeing how things have changed. I get really excited when I see what today’s designers are accomplishing with nothing more than CSS and JQuery code. Here are some really outstanding examples of excellent web typography that don’t require graphical image files.

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George Pytlik

George Pytlik has been involved in the advertising industry for over 30 years and designed his first website when the Internet was one year old. He was an internationally recognized speaker on advertising and branding and served on a number of communication committees at various times throughout his career, as well as writing a regular column for Marketing magazine.

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