Fuzzy type

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.