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Why whitespace matters

Why whitespace matters

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When designers talk about whitespace, they actually mean negative space. ... it is space within a design that does not include screen elements.

Why whitespace matters

  • Improved legibility
  • Higher comprehension
  • Increased attention
  • Creates the right tone (sometimes)

The three enemies of whitespace

  • The fold
  • Trying to say too much
  • Politics

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