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Critique: Which of these logo options best suits a custom rap song website? [closed]

I would like to know your opinion about these samples we've made to a website called Rappacy. The website specializes in making custom rap songs to their clients. We have tried some experiments that ...
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Light text on a dark background vs. dark text on a light background: which allows the reader to keep focusing for longer?

I did not want to get to the endless war of dark-on-light vs light-on-dark, but recently I discovered something interesting: while light-on-dark text is still less tiring for my eyes (and I also ...
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web search methodology to find high resolution - lower KB - wide images

I am designing my site with responsive fluid layout. unfortunately I don't have the ability to download a really high resolution - high KB - wide image and edit it to enough resolution - accepted ...
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Does hyphenation increase legibility?

All I could find on the subject was this paper, which is pretty interesting in itself. But it only deals with preference. 57% of the test subject prefers hyphenated text. This is kind of surprising ...
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UX research on where to put website menu? [closed]

If you browse websites, you can find pretty much all types of sidebar menus: on top (like our very own Stack Exchange), as left or right menu bar, or even at the bottom (though that's a less common ...
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“Serifs improve fast, easy readability for long text” - myth or truth?

It's an old question, but an important one. Let's see if we can get a good, nuanced, ideally evidence-based answer. So, old-school wisdom (certainly, how I was taught back in the day) says that serif ...