[Wikimedia-l] Wikipedia redefined -- typography and UX and such
kikkocristian at gmail.com
Fri Aug 17 15:50:35 UTC 2012
2012/8/17 Risker <risker.wp at gmail.com>:
> It looks pretty clean and less cluttered. It also draws attention to some
> of our internal issues, such as massive listing of references at the bottom
> of the page, and all those templates linking groups of articles together;
> between these two, they're taking up nearly a quarter of the 'space'.
> They're both important issues, although separate ones.
> I'm looking at this from a fairly small screen, and I wonder how wide the
> "text" will be when the left-side links are added in, or if your proposal
> is to drop that entirely. As it is, the text is a bit narrow now, leading
> to a very long article, but I think that balances out with the increased
> white space and different font, both of which make the article easier on
> the eyes.
I think we can gather comments about Magnus proposal here:
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