Everything changes. But the internet is one of the fastest changing things in the world. It is mobile now, not static. That's why the topic of RWD (responsive web design) is so varied.
The main treasure of every website is its content. In one well-known article, it is says that web design is 95% typography. I think that responsive web design is 99% typography, at least.
Responsive typography is something new for developers and there is no one way to create it. Today's collection will familiarize you with responsive typography and show how to deal with it. Here you'll find information how to choose font size and line height for your text, how to deal with typography for iPhones, iPads, and desktop computers, you'll see some cool responsive typography experiments and learn new techniques. Everything is explained; even for the newbies :) Enjoy!
Responsive Typography: The Basics
Responsive Typography in Web Design: Understanding and Using
Responsive Typography is a Physical Discipline, But Your Computer Doesn't Know It (Yet)
A Look Into Responsive Typography
Prototyping Responsive Typography
A Simple Guide to Responsive Typography
Introduction to Mobile Typography
Typography: Responsive type, type as identity and historic fonts
Fluid Typography for Responsive Websites
Responsive Typography: a quest for flexible typesetting
Responsive Web Typography with WebRTC
New Site with Responsive Typography
Responsive Typography and Systematic Breakpoints
Handling Typography for Responsive Design
The Responsive web will be 99.9% Typography
Optimizing Typography in Responsive Web Design
RWD focus: Responsive typography, Part 1
Is There Ever A Justification For Responsive Text?