Enlarge tiny interface type
Some of the larger interface type is fine, but the smaller interface type is almost unreadable.
I have 20/20 vision with pretty good accommodation and I can tell you that, by the end of the day, that small type is going to be a huge strain to read.
Given this is a UX app, would be great to set a good usability example for other app designers. ; )
I have aging eyes (and progressive lenses) with a 27" Mac. The interface text is TINY. TINY TINY.
Thanks for listening.
Tom Dearie commented
Thanks for the reply!
I'm on two standard 30" displays at 100ppi display res.
My eye-to-screen working distance is about 18’, (typical for screens larger thatn a tablet.)
In XD, the smallest label type on my 100ppi display is 5 pixels (05” or 1.27mm), whereas I'd want 6 pixels minimum size (.06" or 1.5 mm) for comfortable all-day work.
I realize that this has upstream implication in the interface.
To maintain the excellent spacing of interface elements you’ve achieved, things might need to be scaled a bit.
But it would dramatically change theusefulness of the app to those of us over the age of 20.
= 8- )
(Yes, when they say I'm a senior information designer, they snigger and emphasize the word senior. Pffffft. )