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Typography on the Web: Lucky Number 16


I began my career as a print designer and when I transitioned into the world of digital design, one of the most obvious differences was the treatment of typography on the web.

It makes sense. A screen emits light and what we see is created by thousands of flickering pixels, our eyes are going to work harder.

Print has more leeway, you can set the base font-size at about 9 points and still have a legible document. That is the typical size seen in magazine articles. This means that you set the primary text, which is commonly the body of the article, at 9 points and size all other fields of text accordingly. Continue Reading

Best Practices

Blogging 101: Smart and Effective Pre Blogging

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With social media continuing to grow at an absurd pace, more and more people are trying to reach new people and markets through blogging.

If you want to be successful at blogging, there are a few things to do/consider. I am not even talking about content yet.

Think of this stuff as the preparation for the game. The content is the actual event. Yes, Allen Iverson, we are talking about practice. Continue Reading

Content Creation

What to Write About on Your Law Blog

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Starting a new blog can be pretty intimidating. In the beginning, it’s basically a big, blank canvas, that rotates. Every time you put up a new post, there’s a countdown until it’s blank again.

You posted today? Great! Now wait 5 minutes and do it again… but better! No wonder it’s so scary to start a new blog. What ever will you write on? Stop stressing out and read on but beware: blogging homework ahead!  Continue Reading