Pages tagged readability:

Readability - An Arc90 Lab Experiment

Bookmarklet para ler páginas ilegíveis
arc90 lab : experiments : Readability
Reading anything on the Internet has become a full-on nightmare. As media outlets attempt to eke out as much advertising revenue as possible, we're left trying to put blinders on to mask away all the insanity that surrounds the content we're trying to read. It's almost like listening to talk radio, except the commercials play during the program in the background. It's a pretty awful experience. Our friend to date has been the trusty "Print View" button. Click it and all the junk goes away. I click it all the time and rarely print. It's really become the "Peace & Quiet" button for many.
A bookmarklet for stripping unnecessary fluff from web pages, and style the text as you want it.
An app that clears away all the clutter, leaving just the content.
10 Principles For Readable Web Typography | How-To | Smashing Magazine
In this post, we’ll explain some Web typography terms and how they play into readability; we’ll present numerous tips to help improve the readability of your content; and we’ll showcase very readable websites, layouts and articles.
8 Simple Ways to Improve Typography In Your Designs | CSS | Smashing Magazine
Readable App: read the web
5 Rules To Write More Readable CSS Files –
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Complex CSS files can often be difficult to manage especially if you don’t use a structured way to write and organize their code. In a previous post I already illustrated a methodic approach to CSS coding. This post illustrates five simple practical rules that can help you write well structured and more readable CSS files to make your developer life easier.
5 Rules To Write More Readable CSS Files
Reference: Periodic Table of Typefaces Schools You on Fonts
What the iPad is Missing (No, it’s not a Camera) | The FontFeed
background re typography, UI
RT @azaaza: What the iPad gets wrong with typography. Apple doesn't care about text?