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Now that Google Font's new interface allows one to filter to show only variable fonts, we may now be at the beginning of where variable fonts start to gain critical mass. In fact, browser support is now just shy of 90% of worldwide users, according to https://caniuse.com/#feat=variable-fonts.

I'm not quite ready yet to start using them in my web design, but we are a lot closer than I realized. As for layout work, where, unlike web design, I do not need to be concerned of the software support of what other people are using, I suspect I would use them rather heavily in Publisher if it were possible. It certainly is an exciting possibility.

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At work, we use Adobe. I am loving being able to use variable fonts in Indesign.

At home, I use Affinity. I want variable fonts! Especially since some of my favourite families are being updated as variable fonts.

It’s time.

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