This is because the serif make the individual letters more distincitve and easier for our brains to recognise easier. Without the serif, the brain has to spend longer identifying the letter because the shape is less distinctive
Different font weights will render typefaces specifically created for that weight, unlike the old days where bold could be just an algorithm to fatten a typeface. Obvious uses the numerical value of font-weight to enable the best representation of a typeface.
Harder to read…
Progress bars are key… make them interactive with a video too
Error messages should be helpful
Learning to think "The Designer Way"
Learning to think
“The Designer Way”
Who exactly is Ben Hall?
I am not a designer
The right side of the brain looks at
visual reference as a whole then
works its way into noticing finer
The left side first sees the
details and puts them together
to form the bigger picture
Complementary color scheme Analogous color scheme
Triadic color scheme Split-Complementary color scheme
Rectangle (tetradic) color scheme Square color scheme
STOP THINKING “RED” AND
“ERROR” TO CAPUTRE
W H AT AR E YOU TRYIN G TO AC H IEVE?
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