-2

I have seen this in 4th point, TIA https://uxplanet.org/10-beginner-tricks-to-improve-your-website-design-f26bb465f745

1
  • Please explain abbreviations like TIA and rephrase your question in the question (although given as summary in title)😉 What is the 4th point ? Use quote formatting if appropriate.
    – hc_dev
    Feb 16 at 18:36
3

As used in that page, it refers to what magazine editors will call “wall of text” – that is, a solid block of text with no spaces or other design elements to break it up. It’s often taken as a sign of poor writing, as it usually means that the text in question is formatted as a single paragraph, and likely will not be read by many people.

An example of a wall of text, deliberately created as such, can be found at Reddit’s r/WallOfText.

The wall of text/grey wall effect can be avoided simply by adding white space (such as paragraph breaks) at appropriate intervals; other design elements that break up walls of text are images, “pull quotes”, headings and subheadings, or lists (bulleted or numbered) – basically, anything that's not text and breaks up the solid block.

1
  • Clear description of the term within 3 logically coherent paragraphs. Do you have further contextual references to read more about it?
    – hc_dev
    Feb 16 at 18:44

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.