Webtype is a collaboration of leaders in type and technology formed to offer designers and developers the best quality professional fonts for their websites.
In the past, designers have faced significant limitations and technical challenges in deploying fonts on their websites. With Webtype, consistent typographic fidelity will finally be available with a new palette of professional fonts tailored specifically for the web.
Webtype was built from the ground up to provide the quality, consistency, flexibility, and reliability that designers and webmasters require for their work. Backed by a team of respected type experts, software engineers, and sales & support personnel, customers will be able to customize the typography of their sites quickly, reliably, and economically without sacrificing quality and readability.
Since 1989, Font Bureau has produced fonts by highly respected type designers like Matthew Carter and Font Bureau co-founder David Berlow. They’ve made custom typefaces for almost every major American publication, and their retail library includes some of the most sought after fonts on the market.
Roger Black has overseen design for many organizations like Rolling Stone, Newsweek, MIT News, Esquire, The New York Times, and many others. He is a founding partner of Font Bureau and works on content-based publication design projects from his office in New York City, Roger Black Studio.
Petr van Blokland petr.net
Based in The Netherlands, Petr van Blokland specializes in systematic design and type technology. With Erik van Blokland and Just van Rossum, he developed the RoboFab type production tool. A winner of ATypI’s prestigious Charles Peignot Prize, he has taught type at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in The Hague and at the Academy of Fine Arts, Arnhem.
Specializing in web development, e-commerce systems, website management and reporting, DevBridge maintains the Webtype website and the technology which drives it. They are based in Chicago, Illinois.