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How Letterspacing Can Make All Caps Easier to Read

How Letterspacing Can Make All Caps Easier to Read

All caps text is like a spice, you don’t want to overuse it. A little can go a long way when you use it on content and menu headings to show contrast from regular body text.

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Why Your Gray Text Should Never Exceed 46% Brightness

Why Your Gray Text Should Never Exceed 46% Brightness

The color gray comes in many different shades. You can find them on different elements across most sites. Dark gray is often used for headings and body text.

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How We Made Our Client’s Site Accessible by Law

How We Made Our Client’s Site Accessible by Law

It was just another day at the office until we got a quote request from a website owner in California. It was a first time for our team, as we only provided web design and development projects so far.

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Absolute vs. Relative Timestamps: When to Use Which

Absolute vs. Relative Timestamps: When to Use Which

Information evolves over time like a living organism. What’s relevant this year might not hold as much weight a few years from now.

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Why You Should Remove Orphans from Your Body Text

Why You Should Remove Orphans from Your Body Text

Did you know that the way your paragraph text wraps can affect how users read it? You could create orphans that hurt readability. Orphans are short lines that appear at the end of a paragraph.

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10 Ways to Build Trust on Your Landing Page

10 Ways to Build Trust on Your Landing Page

Imagine walking into a small and crowded store full of junk. A shop clerk hassles you into buying something you don’t want. If this happened, you’d leave fast and look for another store.

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How Margins and Line Lengths Affect User Reading

How Margins and Line Lengths Affect User Reading

Have you ever spent a long time reading a web page? A large amount of text may take a while to read. But research shows that margins and line lengths also affect reading speed and comprehension.

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Why Every Terms of Service Page Needs Summaries

Why Every Terms of Service Page Needs Summaries

Have you ever read the terms of service agreement that you have to agree to when you sign up for a website? A survey shows only 7% of users read the full terms when signing up for online products and services.

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Do’s and Don’ts of Using Light Typefaces

Do’s and Don’ts of Using Light Typefaces

Typefaces come in different forms. The most common forms seen on the web are regular, bold and italic. But there’s a trending typeface that designers should use on their user interfaces more often.

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Readability of the New Nutrition Label

Readability of the New Nutrition Label

Nutrition labels have looked the same for decades. But the FDA plans to redesign them. By comparing the old and new, you can see why the new design is faster to scan and easier on the eyes.

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