Digital typography always looks crisp. The words on our screen seem official, because they’re not the victim of sloppy or rushed handwriting. But sometimes, we might be better off with a little less crispness. Malka Older points out that polling data and predictions would probably be better understood if the graphs and charts were intentionally […]
This entry originally appeared at seths.blog/2021/09/fuzzy-type, and may be a summary or abridged version.