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A fun look back at NBA websites from 10 years ago. Things sure have changed (mostly): bit.ly/1moxnJf #webdesign #UX #webdev

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Design 101: What is Kerning? Check out the latest article on the Voltage Blog. bit.ly/1vnSN9S #graphicdesign #webdesign

Design 101: What is Kerning?

Kerning. What’s kerning you may ask? Well, most designers will tell you it’s the cause of many headaches in design. Kerning is the spacing between each letterform in a font. Kerning can vary from very tight kerning (letters very close to each other) all the way to wide kerning (letters spaced far apart.) Wide open kerning can have a very “breathable” feel to it, making it easier and a bit more calming to read. That isn’t to say that tight kerning is hard to read, though sometimes it can be. But when kerning goes wrong, it makes most of us designers cringe. Read more

   
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