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Fixing Bad UX Designs by Lisandra Maioli

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Responsive typography

It is inevitable: Everything in web design has to be thought of  from the perspective of responsive design. There are no more fixed widths, and the word of the hour is to adapt. Today, 42% of websites are already conceived of in terms of responsive typography. They are prepared to change shapes and scales when the size of browsers changes. These changes include the repositioning and adjustment of images, menus being replaced by icons, multiple columns becoming one, and fonts being repositioned and resized.

There are several methodologies for applying responsive typography on a website, especially if you write your CSS in SASS;  The most recent way to do it, there is a platform called Flowtype.js that uses JavaScript ...

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