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I guess if you make it white / black in relation with background and other tracks, you should be fine. Plus even a white line would be denoted in some ways in other non-digital places, like billboards, information boards etc. You can take a cue from that data. The brick and mortar presence should be very similar to how the app depicts it. This is essential ...


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I wouldn't do this for straight text. However the one situation where something like this is useful is in tables where one has to 'read across' a row of information: in this situation it's useful to alternate the visual style of the rows. This can be done either by using a different background colour to the horizontals of the row'grid' or can be done by ...


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I, along with many others I believe, don't think you should do this. The reason is that the shades of a color are used to distinguish primary and secondary text. Such as a heading, subheading, page text etc. In your example, it looks like the darker text is the primary text (maybe heading) and the lighter text is secondary, which is not the case. If you ...


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Don't do it Text readability has been extensively studied. Bolding a paragraph or changing colors will be very annoying to readers who are (and have every right to be) used to plain text layouts. If you have a problem with orientation, then there are many other ways to solve it. Chaptering, line breaks, horizontal rules, narrower column widths, obvious ...



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