As you can probably see Vivoo Digital has used font replacement for all H tags…
So what is Cufón and how does it work?
Every medium has constraints. For print, there are things like size, ink density, and paper quality. For video, even the best available HDTV only musters up about 2.1 megapixel resolution (HD 1080p is 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels). On the Internet, those constraints can be things like bandwidth, screen size, or—today’s topic—fonts.
Every computer has some number of fonts installed. The most common of these are generally referred to as “web safe,” meaning you can be pretty sure that if you specify one of these common fonts in your CSS or HTML, the person who visits your page will see the font face you defined. But this can be limiting. What if you want a custom font that almost no one will have installed?