🀄 In this fascinating article, Inbar Kofman walks us through the world of logogram writing systems in the digital world, with a focus on the UX of the Chinese writing system. That old-school Chinese typewriter alone is worth checking out.
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😠 Nothing seems to rustle our collective jimmies and rouse a heated debate quite like sentence case vs. title case. And while sentence case seems to be the crowd
favorite, note that two out of the three titles from the articles above were in title case. Hmm...
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🎨 Impressive stuff from recent UX Writing Academy grad Sarah Kessler.
Check out the great work she and her classmates did at Localize.city, along with some other nice case studies.