More PDF showings
It is tedious and pointless to BROWSE for fonts online! Take each category and create a PDF downloadable, good old fashioned TYPE BOOK! When new fonts come out include their PDF pages for us to add to our categories. Your sales will greatly improve because graphic designers will once again be able to SEE, FIND, and BUY what we need! Only someone NOT working would have time to BROWSE online!
Got it. For many, there’s no substitute for a printed catalog. PDF samples for all families are in the roadmap. In the meantime, visit the library pages where you can download a PDF catalog for our MT, LT and ITC libraries and the Adobe Type Collection. http://bit.ly/IFzpCY Or, give us a call and see if you can sweet talk your way into a printed catalog. Good luck!
jameson tyler commented
There is though, marketing pages created in a similar manner to a type catalogue (even if you have to use something like Typecast to do this more easily on a regular basis) would be far superior to browsing through a PDF. Saying that the browsing experience as it is doesn't provide a good means for selecting typefaces doesn't mean the solution is to make a PDF. It just means the marketing capabilities of this site aren't adequately considered. Other than browsing, considering each 'font' as a separate entity/product is backward—when have you ever needed just a light italic, etc. when designing even a blog? Considering a typeface as a family (that can be fully or partially utilized in the actual kit assigned to a website) would be far more helpful from both a marketing and a technical standpoint.