You’ve mapped the information. You’ve designed the typography. You’ve designed, refined and tested your copy: Its engaging. It’s clear. It’s actionable. The only thing left to change is the size of the spaces.
As it turns out, spaces size matters. This talk presents emerging reading comprehension research demonstrating when relative intra-word/intra-letter space size reflects psychologically relevant* groupings, readers read faster, retain more and report that they are more likely to act on what they have read.
We provide clear and concrete examples of how this approach can be applied today to enhance the effectiveness and persuasiveness of your writing.
* Linguists should be prepared to be a bit disappointed.
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