How the Web Became Unreadable
Kevin Marks

It is a serious problem that younger designers may not notice until they begin to age and their own eyesight begins to decline. It is particularly tough for the bifocal/trifocal crowd which we are all destined to become as we read tinier and tinier type on small devices or on devices with significant glare (Hey Apple, matted screens are better for my eyes than retina screens.)

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