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Did you ever think that the font type you choose for your logo could say something about you and your business? Or that it could convey your message in a certain light? Today’s infographic covers the psychology behind type choices.
The following is a guest post by Ben Terrill. Ben is co-author of the e-book Tablet Web Design Best Practices and is the VP of Customer Success at Mobify, where he works on big client sites like British Telecom, Starbucks and Expedia.
Advertise here with BSA A while back we posted a list of 8 Books Every Designer Should Read, and among those books was a book I believe is a “must read” for every designer: The Design of Everyday Things by Donald A.
Jackson Fox presents some of the options: slide them out of the input, slide them to the right, or move them to tooltips. All to battle the issues with in-input labels like user confusion and lack of context when focused.
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