The Stately Font

StatelySo this is pretty cool.  Intridea’s Ben Markowitz (@bpmarkowitz) came up with this glyph font, Stately, that displays US states instead of letters when you type.  You may have seen it, but it’s worth seeing again.

UX designers and fans are pretty excited about it, especially if they have to make infographics based around or using maps.  This pretty basic idea – a glyph font – can become a powerful tool when you’re visually trying to get an idea across to a viewer.

How would you put Stately to use on your site?

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