A couple of nice little changes on my site.
Imprima has been replaced with a Helvetica-based font stack including Helvetica Neue, Helvetica and (as a very poor compromise) Arial. I’m still using Google Web Fonts for Montserrat, but may switch that out at some point.
Pages on my site take less than two seconds to load in Chrome. I want to reduce that as much as possible. My vision of the web is defined by what I want to avoid: fussy, irritating and over-engineered. To that end, slicing down external assets as much as possible is something I’d like to do.
(I’ll be looking into a Google Analytics replacement soon. Possibly self-hosted.)
Somewhat in contradiction to the above: I’ve temporarily replaced the search box with a redirect to DuckDuckGo site search. My site search hasn’t been working and I’ve been too lazy/busy to fix it. So, it’s pointing to DuckDuckGo until I get the time to fix it.