I have a photoblog that I am building, the prototype is on CodePen. The focus in photos, but I also wanted to include a brief set of details. But I wanted this to be unobtrusive for power users that just want to browse pictures.
Are there any studies about what type of icons would be universally understood? For example "read more" becomes an eye sore to read on a photoblog. This is what I have so far
So this audience is likely teen to early 20s who is more familiar with how to use technology.
But just in case, should I somehow draw more attention to the way to display text (do you even know what to do at this point?), and perhaps does placement affect how easy it is to interact with the article?