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Usability doesn't have to be ugly (07 Nov 2005)
Visual designers would embrace Italian style. They care very much about how they look, and about how the products they create look. They are as concerned about the type of font as the type of language.

Personally, language is my thing. I am somewhat obsessive about words. If you combine them properly you can achieve something very powerful. One word removed or added can make a huge difference to the meaning and elegance of a sentence.
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