Archive for 'Content'
When designers talk about leading, the chances are they aren’t talking about mechanical pencils. What they are really talking about is the spacing between text lines, measured from baseline to baseline.Read more »
If your website sells products, it’s important that your product images look beautiful. Most people believe that the beauty of an image comes from typography and color.Read more »
Low color contrast has always been the devil when it comes to web design. The problem with low color contrast is that it makes text and other objects hard for users see.Read more »
Do you remember the story where a woman got fired from her job for using all caps in an email? There’s something about text in all caps that turns people off. Using it in a social context means you’re yelling.Read more »
What do ABC, CNN and Fox News all have in common? The obvious is that they all offer news. The less obvious is that they all use Arial as their typeface for everything. This results in a bland, boring and uniform look and feel.Read more »
Organization is a beautiful thing, especially when you make it work to your advantage. There are a lot of websites out there that offer great content. The only problem is that most are not organized in a way that shows off their great content.Read more »
When you visit a web page you will usually see the top half of the page first. That part is the area we call above the fold. Once you scroll down, everything else you see is below the fold.Read more »