I'd agree that readability is important, just as it's important to avoid
putting a comma after a URL in an email message, to avoid compromising
clickability. But, hopefully we will all avoid focusing on surface so much
that we forget about substance.
President, Semantic Studios
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It is indeed unfortunate that when you go to http://nowthatiseeit.com/,a
nicely designed site, the interview excerpts are in black type on a very
dark gray background -- utterly unreadable.... Now I See it in this case is
Now I don't.
Add this to the discussion on Web Aesthetics. How important is readability
as part of the aesthetic?
Content Strategist . Information Architect . e-Learning
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Peter Morville wrote:
> Yesterday, Dan Klyn gave a talk called Now That I See It. I wish I'd
> been there. It's worth reviewing both the slides (slideshare) and the
> notes (pdf)...
> As an extra bonus, Dan has posted a short excerpt from his interview
> with Richard Saul Wurman...
> I found it surprisingly refreshing and inspiring. Cheers!
> Peter Morville
> President, Semantic Studios
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