Here is a selection I've made of some pretty cool footers. Some might seem simple, others more intricate, and to me this diversity represents footer design these days. If you've seen any cool footers lately, do not forget to share it with us! Cheers. ;)
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With mobile taking a front seat in search, it's important that websites are designed in a way that prioritize the best experience possible for their users. While Google has brought attention to elements like pop-ups that might disrupt the mobile experience, what about something as seemingly simple as choice of typography?
While that would definitely make it a lot easier on web designers, that's not necessarily the case. The problem in making that statement a decisive one is that there have not been a lot of studies done on the subject of mobile typography in recent years. So, what I intend to do today is give a brief summary of what it is we know about typography in web design, and then see what UX experts and tests have been able to reveal about using typography for mobile.
Look, I know typography is not the most glamorous of subjects. And, being a web designer, it might not be something you spend too much time thinking about, especially if clients bring their own style guides to you prior to beginning a project.
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