A clever workaround from Andy McCray for when you’re doing web design mockup in Photoshop and you want Typekit fonts to be in the design:

On a recent project, I began using a local Typekit sandbox — a static HTML page where I could run wild playing with my desired typeface and, as my design evolved, manipulate it with ultimate precision. Using basic HTML to markup my page and CSS to style it, I was able to easily create and style paragraphs, headings, lists, and, best of all, position text in boxes that fitted snugly into my Photoshop mockup.

(Via Matt Haughey.)

The Benefits of a Local Typekit Sandbox