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Not underlining the spaces implies that the words are to be taken individually rather than in a grouped way. For digital media where the underline is a link, I would say always underline the spaces. Otherwise it very well might be interpreted as three separate links instead of one link. In a non-digital media where you're underlining only for emphasis, I'd ...


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As you mentioned this is a "stylistic preference", with no distinct good vs. bad approach. For print, I'd still pick version A as the more conventional and easier to follow for readers. The underline in that particular situation is used to highlight a piece of the copy, so that it stands out when cross-reading a page. It is supposed to be a "...


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Preface: I apologize if this comes across harshly. I only seek to help you in your marketing efforts. If you are posting an image looking for praise and complements, then posting it at a design site, populated by designers, and asking for input, may not be the best venue. This "flier" is completely unreadable. Start over.Any time trying to improve ...


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Assuming body text, I'd prefer, on the basis of clarity, to use a continuous (expect for line breaks) underline for continuous emphasis, just like with one vs. many weblinks. Keep the concept together. The "when" to underline may have some relevance to whether it's broken though, or at least "why" to underline. Because it's not a ...


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Given that underlining is rarely used in designed printed type, I don’t think any effective general convention exists on this, where by effective I mean that breaking the convention actually irritates any reader. There may be conventions to specific niches of literature though. I see the following pros and cons of underlining spaces: Pro: It is semantically ...


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The overall layout is poor. The pink gradation from left to right and the vertically centred text in the middle panel serve to focus the viewer's attention on the ceiling in the right-hand panel, where there is nothing of interest. The photo shows no people, and no food. It's also tilted to the left for no good reason, and together with the high point of ...


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Sharing my opinions or what changes I'd make: I'll use a bit more thick typeface for more readability. Leading seems a bit less in items, I'd increase a bit that also. I'd break the line after word Pakistani. Street Food together looks better to me. Then align the heading and items on left. Also, I increased the padding on left and right of heading by ...


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