[thelist] "Web 2.0 sites with the big friendly fonts"

Steven Streight steven.streight at gmail.com
Wed Feb 21 14:35:34 CST 2007

Trevor: It really is about Right vs. Wrong. And it doesn't matter if
"everybody's doing it" or if "big corporations are doing it". There are
proven guidelines based on user observation testing, where we actually watch
typical users struggle with a site to find info or accomplish a functional

Tiny font is always Wrong. Readable text is always Right. Period.

Low contrast is always wrong. If you don't want anybody to read your words,
then, I repeat: delete the text.

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