Content Adjustments

Adjust Font Size

Adjusting font size is a common practice in web design and document formatting. It allows you to control the size of text to improve readability and the overall visual appearance of your content.

Highlight Title

Ensure that the text color of titles has a high contrast against the background. Adequate contrast is important for readability, especially for individuals with visual impairments.

Highlight Links

Underlining links is a traditional and widely recognized way to distinguish them. It provides a clear visual cue. When users see underlined text, they typically recognize it as a link.

Dyslexia Font

Dyslexia fonts are specialized typefaces designed to make reading easier for individuals with dyslexia, a common learning disability that affects a person’s ability to read, write, and spell accurately.

Letter Spacing

Letter spacing adjustments can vary depending on the font you’re using. Test different letter-spacing values with the specific font you’ve chosen to find the optimal spacing for readability.

Line height

Allow users to adjust the text size to their preference. Many modern websites and applications provide text resizing options, which can be especially beneficial for users with visual impairments.

Font Weight

Font weight refers to the thickness or boldness of characters in a typeface. It is a crucial typographic attribute that affects the visual appearance and legibility of text.

Dark Contrast

Dark contrast is critical for text legibility. When text is placed on a dark background, it should have a contrasting color that ensures the text stands out and is easy to read. The text should be light in color or white, and the background should be dark.

Light Contrast

Light contrast refers to the difference in luminance or color between foreground (text or graphic) and background elements in a visual design, where the background is light in color or tone.

High Contrast

High contrast in design refers to the significant difference in luminance or color between foreground (text or graphic) and background elements.

High Saturation

High saturation, in the context of color and design, refers to colors that are vivid, intense, and rich in appearance. Saturation, also known as chroma or color intensity, is one of the three attributes that describe a color, along with hue (the color itself) and lightness (brightness).

Low Saturation

Low saturation, in the context of color and design, refers to colors that appear muted, desaturated, or washed out. These colors have a reduced intensity and vibrancy compared to their fully saturated counterparts.


Monochrome refers to a color scheme or design that uses a single color, often varying in shades, tones, and tints of that color, along with its different levels of saturation and brightness.

Reading Guide

Reading guides serve as aids to improve focus, understanding, and retention when working with challenging or lengthy texts. They can be particularly useful for students, researchers, and anyone dealing with complex written information.

Stop Animations

To stop animations on a webpage, you typically have a few options, depending on the specific browser you’re using. Animations can be distracting or problematic for individuals with certain conditions such as motion sensitivity or cognitive disorders.

Big Cursor

A big cursor, also known as a large or oversized cursor, is a user interface feature that increases the size of the mouse pointer on a computer screen. This feature is designed to enhance accessibility.