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Don't be afraid of white space

There's nothing to be afraid of when it comes to white space. Whitespace is an essential design element that helps to break up a page and make it easier to read. The empty areas around things on a page that are devoid of writing or visual characteristics are referred to as white space, sometimes known as "negative space."

Whitespace is also important throughout the design process and while placing website elements. Less whitespace may indicate which components are intended to be related to one another due to their proximity, but more whitespace may indicate which parts are autonomous and guide the eye.

This lets users to focus on certain sections of a webpage page and immediately identify where each section begins and ends. This might be quite beneficial for drawing your user's attention to important material, such as a call to action or a value proposition.


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