Device fonts aren't just scaled down for the palm of your hand—a designer weighs in

Our screens are shrinking, from the newest little sister in the iPhone fam or on wrist-computers that are becoming mainstream. Designer Carrie Cousins at UXPin shares her tips for typography’s present and future.

Typography for small screens does not mean small type.

Good typography starts with a solid understanding of the foundation of good lettering. And extends to applying those concepts to smaller screen sizes and thinking about how responsive typography comes into play. When it comes to type, one size does not fit all.

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