A couple of simple ergonomic adjustments
giovanni at corriga.net
Tue Jul 10 21:57:51 UTC 2007
Il giorno lun, 09/07/2007 alle 16.51 -0300, Sebastian Sastre ha scritto:
> Hi Micke,
> now you talk about the font, there are some guidelines to choose
> fonts. All choices must comply certain minimal requeriments to produce a
> good experience.
> Serif fonts (like Times, Bookman, or Palatino) are easier to read on
> paper, but sans-serif fonts (like Geneva, Arial or Helvetica) are easier to
> read on screen.
> An italic fonts in screen too ofen renders poorly. They are much
> more acceptable on paper (from laserprint or offset). To read them in
> screen, only are acceptable if they renders fine (usually in singnificant
> bigger sizes). The use of different colors or tone variations is preferable
> Sharp is less stresser than non-sharp (I know the non sharp is nicer
> but when is health involved...)
> I like the design of the font that Giovanni sent as reference but
> they have the problem of not beign sharp (resulting in poor/blurry render).
Have you tried them on an image with the FreeType package installed?
They look much better.
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