So, it’s like THAT…?

It’s been a minute since I’ve put words to paper. So here goes…

Well, that was unexpected… Nothing like getting your ass kicked to give you some major motivation to make improvements.


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4 replies
  1. James Dunaway
    James Dunaway says:

    Kibwe, your designer has betrayed you.

    White on black on auch small type is VERY difficult to read.
    I have seen many research papers on the subject, and the
    consensus is that readership is reduced by more than 50%
    compared to black on white. my screen is large and bright, and
    I still have difficulty in reading your posts.

    Designers think of themselves as “Artists” — they don’t
    care what the content of the message is, they just care
    how it looks. A block of type to most designers is a design element — not information on how to do something or a
    description of something that happened.

    Give your designer a good swift kick in the butt and tell
    him or her to put your message in black on white instead
    of the reverse — so that people can read it!

    James Dunaway Editor
    American Track & Field

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    • Kibwe
      Kibwe says:

      Thanks for pointing that out! I was thinking about updating the design of the site in the off season. I’ll keep that in mind for sure.

      Reply
  2. Bosko
    Bosko says:

    I would read blogs like this even if they were pink on green. So, no complaints here. I only wish Kibwe would write more often.

    Reply

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