We’re doing it wrong: there is no ‘one perfect design’ or layout

Originally published by Jason Pamental / Links

If we are to progress the state of digital design, we simply have to overcome the ‘sea of sameness’ with which we are confronted every day on the web.

Not sure this is right; at least, it’s not right for me. The problem with most reading from a screen isn’t the sameness, but simple, poor typograpy: scratchy fonts, small text, lack of contrast, fixed elements… and too much stuff on the screen. Whenever I reach for Stylus I want to create a single column.