Typography

The default font: Segoe UI is an approachable, open, and friendly typeface, and as a result has better readability than Tahoma, Microsoft Sans Serif, and Arial. It has the characteristics of a humanist sans serif: the varying widths of its capitals (narrow E and S, for instance, compared with Helvetica, where the widths are more alike, fairly wide); the stress and letterforms of its lowercase; and its true italic (rather than an “oblique” or slanted roman, like many industrial-looking sans serifs). The typeface is meant to give the same visual effect on screen and in print. It was designed to be a humanist sans serif with no strong character or distracting quirkiness.

@font-face {
  font-family: "Segoe UI";
 src: url(http://.../.../.../SEGOEUI.eot) /* EOT file for IE */
}
@font-face {
  font-family: "Segoe UI";
 src: url(http://.../.../.../SEGOEUI.TTF) /* TTF file for CSS3 browsers */
}
For my Title’s flexible font-size I am using fittext, a jQuery plugin for inflating web type by the good people of Paravel, found on Trent Walton.
The Description (h2.site-description): second in my Typekit the CarbonType font by Vic Fieger.

“She didn’t have any pigtails, but, err well, you know, there was a welcoming sight: countenance and appearance! She did have that kind of Lonneke Engel pinnule and posture. Not at all that perfect, so perchance even more graceful!”

And for the post-its there is Google’s Gloria Hallelujah:
“Als Gregor Samsa eines Morgens aus unruhigen Träumen erwachte, fand er sich in seinem Bett zu einem ungeheuren Ungeziefer verwandelt. Er lag auf seinem panzerartig harten Rücken und sah, wenn er den Kopf ein wenig hob, seinen gewölbten, braunen, von bogenförmigen Versteifungen geteilten Bauch, auf dessen Höhe sich die Bettdecke, zum gänzlichen Niedergleiten bereit, kaum noch erhalten konnte. Seine vielen, im Vergleich zu seinem sonstigen Umfang kläglich dünnen Beine flimmerten ihm hilflos vor den Augen.”