I wrote an article on responsive typography for .net magazine a few months back, and it’s just now available online: Make your type look good on any device.
Typography can often seem like the easiest part of designing a web page – after all, how hard is it to put words on a page?
But on responsive websites you are challenged with using media queries to make sure the type looks good and is easy to read, no matter the size of the user’s screen.
Your typography choices should help the website get its message across, not get in the way of the message. In this tutorial, I’ll explain how to ensure your type works effectively on devices of all shapes and sizes.
There’s also a sidebar which was published online separately: How fonts affect your website’s performance