Serving up the @font-face property is still fairly rare on corporate sites, yet this treatment has been gaining popularity across the Web over the past year. Using @font-face replaces the need for creating graphics or flash to display a non-standard Web browser font.
Incorporating the custom font onto the VeriSign Authentication website is an opportunity to improve the user experience without taking away from the visual experience for users.
In this experiment, we converted the fonts into multiple web-friendly formats (e.g. WOFF, EOT, TTF, SVG) for cross-browser and mobile support. The next step was to apply our various font weights (regular, light, medium, and bold) to see them at different sizes. The result was that they looked great at larger font sizes but were not as sharp at smaller sizes. As in the screenshots below, the anti-aliasing of Web fonts will display differently for Windows and Mac users.