Google Kerning Easter Egg Plays Tricks With Typography

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Google UK’s Peter Far found an Easter Egg designed specifically for hardcore typography fans.

If you search for [kerning] in one tab, and [typography kerning] in another, you’ll notice a little extra space between the lettering on the [kerning] search results page.

Search Engine Land’s Barry Schwartz put together the following animated image to show the Easter egg in action:

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It’s hard-to-spot, but should prove entertaining for those who have spent the last few days griping on their social networks about how many spaces should be included after a period.

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