Simple typography tweaks and layout changes that improve the online encyclopedia

Wikipedia is an online treasure chest of information that has a page for nearly every topic imaginable, but how well is all that information presented? According to the folks at 1910, not very well. Instead of just complaining about the fact the site's typography is still stuck in the 90’s, the company decided to propose their own changes for both the web and mobile versions of the online encyclopedia.

Here are the biggest complaints from 1910; the text is too small, the lines are too long and the leading is too tight. Pictures are tiny and the general layout includes a lot of visual noise that distracts you from the actual reading.

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