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.](http://a.wholelottanothing.org/))

The Benefits of a Local Typekit Sandbox