Posted on 7 February 2014 by
Open Sans doesn’t render universally across the browsers… Chrome doesn’t like faux styles, so you have to declare different font faces for bold, regular, semibold etc… but Firefox doesn’t render the bold version very well (the a isn’t very clear for instance… which this line should denote!)
To see if I can find a way around this I’m trialling a new font, developed by Intel, called Clear Sans. Let’s see what happens!
Open Sans Regular
Authoritatively parallel task flexible data with distributed e-business. Credibly e-enable distinctive synergy vis-a-vis flexible processes. Objectively actualize goal-oriented services and distributed ROI. Synergistically initiate wireless relationships for cross functional communities.… Read the rest
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Posted on 24 October 2012 by Carl Haggerty
Part of the councils Content Strategy and our work on Open Data is to support and promote greater transparency. The aims of which are to free our data and decouple the layers of our existing web architecture.
To lay the foundation for opening data and content efficiently, effectively and accessibly, we need to work to develop and publish an open data, content, and web API framework.
To support and encourage this work, we would like to start having more proactive conversations with other public sector organisations in the region as well as developers and organisations who would be interested in accessing and reusing our data.… Read the rest