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16 05, 2017

7 tips for presenting bulleted lists in digital content

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From Nielsen Norman Group: Vertical lists attract the eye and make each list element stand out on its own. Thus, they are more effective than inline lists at making key points easier to scan, reference, and understand. · Go to 7 tips for presenting bulleted lists in digital content →

20 09, 2016

The impact of tone of voice on users

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From Neilsen Norman Group: A two-part experiment found that different tones of voice on a website have measurable impacts on users’ perceptions of a brand’s friendliness, trustworthiness, and desirability. Casual, conversational, and enthusiastic tones performed best. · Go to The impact of tone of voice on users →

20 09, 2016

The 40 best Google fonts

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From Typewolf: These are the 40 best free web fonts available on Google Fonts, in my humble opinion. They are all open-source and 100% free for commercial use. This collection focuses on typeface families from reputable type designers and foundries that contain multiple weights and styles. I’m purposefully avoiding single-weight display faces as they have limited usefulness in real-world design projects. · Go to The 40 best Google fonts →

9 06, 2016

What needs to be in your style guide? (And how do you enforce it?)

Thu, Jun 9, 2016|Filed in: Bookmarks|Topics: , , , |Comments Off on What needs to be in your style guide? (And how do you enforce it?)

From Design Shack: Everyone with a website needs a style guide. It’s that simple. If you’re wanting to instil more consistency in your project, and get everyone on the same page, your style guide will become invaluable.

Now that we have that out of the way, what exactly do you put in that guide? And how do you make sure other people on the team follow the rules so that your visual presence maintains consistency? That’s a little more complicated. · Go to What needs to be in your style guide? (And how do you enforce it?) →

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