The Anti-Web-Design Manifesto(brandon.invergo.net)

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  • Laurens SpangenbergLaurens Spangenberg, over 6 years ago

    Having a website which calls for websites to focus more on content yet cannot honour it's own is hypocritical. It pretty much violates the first rule of The Elements of Typographic Style where "typography (which can easily be called design) exists to honour content."

    A massive text width (I'm on a 27 inch iMac) makes this website incredibly difficult to read without re-sizing my window.

    While this website may be more accessible to desktop users who can control the text width by re-sizing their browser window, it's actually less accessible to others. Mobile users don't have the option of resizing windows, nor do some niche devices such as those Windows 10 TV sized devices, or game consoles.

    If accessible is the reason behind having no set text width, he has failed.

    1 point