Nice SCSS underline without breaking the underline from the typography... (edit: fixed smaller text-shadow bug :P)
I've successfully combined 4 things I absolutely love, Typography, Design, Web Development and 80s style bravado.
I've not seen this before so I think I've figured out something new and hopefully useful.
It appears that by using calc() and vw we can get responsive typography that scales perfectly between specific pixel values within a specific viewport range.
An typography experiment using sass and archtext.js.
Inspiration from: http://blog.spoongraphics.co.uk/freebies/6-free-customizable-retrovintage-logos-emblems
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Renders best in Chrome.
This technique does work in Firefox, but text stroke is not supported.
Typography for Google's new material design, paper.
Using the Font Roboto.
Google Design Style Guide: htpp://google.com/design
Basic typography setup with rem's and em's
Explanation is at the top of CSS file. Just some typefaces, helper classes and few presets for easily testing headings typography.
A Sass mixin for creating viewport sized typography with minimum and maximum sizes
Inspired by restaurants with great style, and terrible web pages using a giant JPEG instead of actual web typography.
Material Design by Google (http://www.google.com/design/)
About rem units browser support - http://caniuse.com/#feat=rem
Need to know how to enable it? Go here.