A new post over at Fonts In Use details the typography of the new BostonGlobe.com, including an in-depth look at the site’s use of fonts from Webtype. It includes quotes from those involved with the design and development, giving an inside perspective on practical design choices and the benefits of being able to use the Globe’s brand typefaces – Benton Sans and Miller Headline — as webfonts. Mike Schwartz from Upstatement elaborates:
The fonts let us bring over the soul of the printed Globe while still focusing on making a cutting edge and modern website that drew more inspiration from the web than from print.
Check out the article on Fonts In Use for the full story.