1910 designs a more readable Wikipedia

Jonas Salvador and Stellan Johansson from 1910 Design & Communication, a Swedish graphic design and art direction studio, love Wikipedia but they think that its design leaves a lot to be desired.

Specifically they think that while the rest of the internet has made great typographical leaps and bounds over the past few years, Wikipedia's reading experience is still stuck in the 1990s. "The text is too small, the lines are too long and the leading is too tight," they reckon. "Pictures are tiny and the general layout includes a lot of visual noise that distracts you from the actual reading."

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