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They should. Theres no logical reason to exclude anything from your vertical rhythm. Traditionally vertical rhythm isn't something that has been given much importance in web design (nowhere near as universally as in print design at least). Partly due to technical limitations—it's a lot harder to keep a consistent vertical rhythm with baselines and heights ...


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You don't need text labels. In your example images it's not clear what the two color bars are, but in context it should be perfectly clear. Assuming that choosing a new color in the picker will update the 'new color' bar, that will make it clear what the that color is, and the user is either aware of the color they already have selected, which makes it ...


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Yes, increase the letter spacing. Below a cetain size you should almost always do that. Furthermore there are typefaces specifically designed for small sizes (e.g. see the ink traps on bell centennial) and families that come with specific versions of the same font for different sizes. The latter is usually indicated with specific terms: caption, text, ...



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