In order to help your users to read and interpret your content there are a few tricks we can pull out when designing websites. First off, we have to make sure the font is large enough to read, that there’s enough contrast between the body text color and the background, that the lines of text in each row aren’t too long (about 45-65 characters is optimal) and then there’s to set up a typographic rhythm that helps your users to read.
Hi! My name is David Paulsson and I’m currently employed by Valtech and working in Stockholm, Sweden. For the last couple of years I’ve specialized more and more towards front end development, but I also have a background as an illustrator and print designer.
I have worked with digital interfaces since 2006 and before that I was a self employed designer/illustrator creating CD/DVD album art and event posters for some of Swedens biggest music groups and booking agencies.
In college I studied cognitive science, techical illustration and information architecture.
I live in Västerås, Sweden, with my wife Yaty. The last ten years I’ve also been working as a DJ and club promoter together with @tommyisacsson, arranging events all over Sweden. Much of my spare time is devoted to various side projects as I don’t really like just sittin’ around. In general (painting with broad strokes) I like good coffee, interior design, to eat well and travel often.