I'm the only one at this company who has a UX background, and there are no content writers on staff who have experience in digital spheres. They are used to print media, which doesn't respond to various viewports.
Here's the issue:
Our content creators have a headline that consists of three short sentences, for example:
"Be heard. Feel supported. Be well."
Looks okay on desktop, but on mobile the statement wraps the second sentence, thus breaking that thought into two lines:
I cannot seem to find any articles or sources to back up what I suspect is a readability/scanability issue. The marketing team will not rewrite unless there is research or directly sourced evidence to back up that this is in fact a UX issue.
What do you all think? And is there any source material on this issue?