Typographic Readability and Legibility

When using typography on the web, there are many things to keep in mind in order to create a page that provides clear access to the content and presents it in a legible way. Typically this can be broken down into two buckets: Readability and Legibility. Readability refers to the way in which words and blocks of type are arranged on a page. Legibility refers to how a typeface is designed and how well one individual character can be distinguished from another. For the sake of this article, I’ll talk a bit about both, suggesting some specific techniques to improve your typography.


Typographic Readability and Legibility


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