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Type Anything

Many web designers and Developers have been using lorem ipsum to instil the visual element in viewing content of the website. But is it still relevant?

Sure, it’s fine if you insert dummy text into your mock design, but it veils between you and reality. You will not see the variations once real text or information starts replacing it. The length and height of text placeholders may overflow. At this point, does it still look good?

Hence, real copy is needed to practically measure what real users will do. Let’s say when filling up the forms, if your users have to do it the long way why shouldn’t you? Everything has changed with typeanything, it gives you a visual element of your real copy where you can edit the font size, line height and other styling to make sure it looks readable before you code it. It works for both designers and developers. Go ahead and try it!

Try Out Typeanything

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Hakim is the Front End Developer for Stampede. Recently jumped into the boardgames scene. Interested in HCI, Design Thinking and User Experience. Netflix hogger.

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