Rhythm and variety

Rhythm and variety affect how engaging the content is for users. The more attractive the layout, the more likely users spend time exploring the site or using the interface. Variety in the presentation of the content applies to any interface.…

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Typography layout is a fundamental aspect of design that plays a significant role in shaping the visual appeal and usability of websites and interfaces. It encompasses the arrangement, spacing, and styling of textual elements to effectively communicate information and enhance user experience.
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Sometimes, a problem with accessibility is visible to the naked eye. For example, when the text’s color is gray or yellow, it becomes illegible even with perfect eyesight. You don’t need special tools to understand the problem when using a…

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Responsive typography

When you design an interface that will work on different screens, you should consider whether the typography will change depending on the screen size. On the whole, all typography guidelines remain the same on small or large screens. Only a…

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Vertical rhythm

Vertical rhythm is typography built with good contrast, hierarchy, and a balance of spacing between elements. An excellent vertical rhythm creates a sense of reliability, integrity, and design quality. An excellent vertical rhythm sometimes means the interface is based on…

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Modular scale

Chaotic and randomly chosen text sizes give chaotic and random results. A systems approach helps to build a scale of text sizes, where each value will be in harmony with the other. The size scale can be based on the…

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Design algorithm

There is a design algorithm that always leads to good results. It consists of four steps, following from one to the next, and at each step, you create a solid and finished layer of your work. Each completed step is…

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Primary and secondary

The whole point of the design is to separate the primary from the secondary. In other words, focus users’ attention on the main thing to get to the action or find the information they need as quickly as possible. Typography…

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Scanning and reading

Perhaps you’ve heard the saying, “People don’t read the text on websites; they scan it.” This is half true and depends on the website type and its information. In control panels or dashboards, the text is captions, headings, indicators, tables,…

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Typography can seem an obscure part of design, but it’s fundamental to creating a positive user experience. By familiarizing yourself with the basic principles of typography, you can transform the success of your designs.
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