Typophile

Why is Typophile still using the basic "Font-Family" CSS rule these days?

Hello everyone, Just joined this wonderful site because I really am becoming a Typophile...
Literally spent mostly every waking moment this weekend downloading, buying, trying, discovering, making, testing, and learning about font. I am starting to dream in type! Gotta space out my passions.. Losing time for Graphic Design, and Web Design..

But anyway, I am curious. Is it just me? or does Typophile only use Helvetica as its Typeface?

I know Helvetica is an amazing font, and perfect for easy reading and easy on the eyes, but you would think there would be more implementation of other typefaces in a sleek show of how typography can make any design amazing.

Typophile Mobile

Fellow Typophiles,

I've been working on a pet project lately to get a useful mobile experience for Typophile — for those moments when you're on the go and want to get a quick snapshot of what's happening. The design allows you to quickly browse through the latest posts, and jump to the site to get involved if something catches your eye.

It's just a start, but the project has already undergone a number of improvements and revisions, and I'd love to get your thoughts for where you'd like to see it evolve.

http://typophile.com/m

Screenshots (iPhone):

Christian Robertson

Christian Robertson designed Pill Gothic and Dear Sarah, both available through Veer, as well as the Roboto typeface family, used in the Android mobile operating system. More of Christian’s type designs can be seen at Betatype (www.betatype.com).

Christian joined Punchcut as Senior Media Designer in December 2004. He is the mastermind behind the development of the new Typophile platform.