Sharp Hue, one of this year’s Camp sponsors, wrote a blog about the use of white space in web design. “White space in web design,” they write, “is not the absence of an element. It is its own element and has its own properties and functions. It is also a fundamental and necessary consideration that is often overlooked by web designers and developers when creating sites for their client’s customers.”
The post discusses four distinct ways white space drives discoverability in web design: facilitating readability; creating breathing room; providing focus and attention; and respecting the limits of cognitive absorption. There may be some interesting tips here to bear in mind as you head into your next project. Click here to read the full post.