Holllld that energy. DBZ Kai is coming to Toonami this fall!
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Please reblog this if you’re reading them!
There are three rules for writing a novel. Unfortunately, no one knows what they are.– Somerset Maugham (via ellenkushner)
I think more people should get to see this
"Make all visual distinctions as subtle as possible, but still clear and effective."
Tips, tricks, and resources for the basics of good online typography. Does not apply to print. There always exceptions to the advice below.
Align your text left.
text-align: left;The ragged right hand side tends help you keep your place while reading.
Make your leading 140%.
line-height: 140%;This makes it more legible.
User proper punctuation. Em dashes instead of hyphens. Curly quotes instead of dumb quotes. You can find the codes here.
SERIFS VS. SANS SERIFS
Serifs. a.k.a Times New Roman, Georgia. Typically used for headers. Easy to read. Can stand out too much. Work better over 12pt. Most have poorly spaced lettering (which means letters may run together) and serifs tend to make letters blur together.
Sans Serifs. a.k.a Arial, Helvetica. Typically used for body text. Take up less space. Overused. Visually appealing. Tend to read better small (but blur at a larger size). Most people can read sans serif fonts faster online.
It’s just so beautiful. Click on the “Best free fonts lists” link, you will not be disappointed.
Iron Man’s got some serious competition. Wait, did I say competition? Sorry, I mean, someone to look up to that could smoke him any minute.