Have you ever found yourself in a social setting where someone’s inadequate social skills cause consternation to everyone around them? Of course you have. Have you ever wished there was a way to discreetly tell them that their behaviour is not OK?
Now you can. That Was Not OK is here to help. Print the cards, and keep them in your wallet for just just such situations.
For the web nerds out there, this turned out to be a fun showcase for what can be done with native font embedding via
@font-face. Thanks to Jonathan Snook, Paul Irish and Font Squirrel for their terrific work in taking font embedding from a new and untested technology to an increasingly viable tool in the web design toolbelt.
For the embedded font, I turned to The League of Moveable Type’s brash Chunk, an ultra-bold slab serif that helped the typography shout at you. (If the font were less intimidating, I’d ask it why it’s missing an ampersand and smart quotes.) I found that the all-caps main title needed some serious kerning, but I’m really happy with the end product.