Content Marketing

Four Guidelines For Readable Web Content

Readability is the capacity to which a person can read a passage of text and understand and recall what they just read. Here are some tips for improving the readability, presentation, and expressiveness of your writing on the web. 1. Write For The Web Reading on the web isn’t easy. Computer monitors have a low screen resolution, and their projected light quickly makes our eyes fatigue. Plus, many websites and applications are built by people with no formal training in the art of typography or graphic design. Here are some pointers to consider during the writing process: The average user

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Content Marketing, Technology

Prepping Your Photos For The Web: Tips and Techniques

If you write for a blog, manage a website, or post to social networking applications such as Facebook or Twitter, photography probably plays an integral part of your content stream. What you may not know is that no amount of stellar typography or visual design can make up for lukewarm photography. On the other hand, sharp and vivid photography will improve users? perception of your content and improve the overall look and feel of your site or blog. At Tuitive we spend a good deal of time preparing other people’s photography for the web, so here are some quick pointers

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