6
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5answers
418 views

Bigger font sizes trend

During the last years, there has been gradual increasing of the Web sites and programs UI font sizes. Even Google increased the font size. Could this be because of the aging population of the ...
2
votes
2answers
162 views

Font size, or layout, which to decide first?

Font size (and font) and the layout (width, height, etc.) of DOM elements affect each other. If they were to be done within different phases in web design process, which should be decided first? ...
2
votes
5answers
454 views

Is there a unified font size metric across all applications?

This is not precisely UX related, but very important to user interface design in general. In summary, across applications (Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash) and platforms (Browsers, .NET, Mac, ...
8
votes
4answers
590 views

How do I improve the readability of body text?

I always find it hard to judge the readability of my site and there is so much conflicting information out there. So I thought I would ask for some options here. Could you please take a quick look at ...
3
votes
1answer
147 views

Something not quite right with my design [closed]

There's something not quite right here, and I'm not sure what. Should "Blog" (the title of the page) be bigger? If so, why? It seems too small, yet it's not incredibly important either. Additionally, ...
7
votes
4answers
590 views

Zoom In / Zoom Out features of latest browsers…an accessibility feature? How does this impact design going forward?

Many of the current browsers will zoom in/out the entire page instead of increasing/decreasing just the font size. This is great because generally it doesn't break the visual design. I'm assuming ...
30
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9answers
13k views

Is there an optimal font size?

For most website projects I've been involved with, the font size for the bulk text is usually 12px - 13px, but I'm wondering if this is a good size. I remember reading an article saying that font ...