When referring to sources of information , we understand that it is any material or resource that provides information, regardless of the format in which it is located. In the academic context they are very important, since they allow access to specialized knowledge, which contributes to meaningful learning.
To be able to select them properly, it is necessary to have previously established the information needs , since depending on them (search topic, level of depth of information, format, etc.), we will have to determine the type of source that we should consult.
Like the paint and decorative paper of a room, the fonts and colors create the style of your site and help to make a fabulous first impression.
If you’re not sure how to get started, use the three basic ideas in this guide as the first step in finding your site design. We recommend you experiment with different combinations before publishing the site.
Choosing Fonts for Your Creative Designs
When your readers see your email on your computer or mobile device, your browsers read a code that tells you what letter they should display. If the font is not available on your computers or mobile devices, the browser replaces the font with one that is available; This can cause the email design to look different from what you intended.
Web-compatible fonts are more likely to be installed on the largest number of computers and mobile devices, so using them in your email is likely not to affect the design. Just keep in mind that there is a possibility that they may not be available on some computers or devices.
The benefits of typography are evident but for organizations, it is necessary to overcome an important challenge, to select the best sources of information for their decision making.
First, this selection has to take into account three criteria:
1. Activity : the activity level of the open data source constitutes an important clue to know its update level. If an open data project has been abandoned, it is likely that not all the data contained therein will be useful for the business and its use may entail risks that are best avoided.
2. Relevance: there are more and more open data options, but not all of them are the same and interesting for taking action. It is necessary to make a good selection before wasting time (and wasting resources) processing and analyzing information that will not generate value.
3. Format: you have to think about today but not forgetting tomorrow. The numerical formats are compatible with machine learning, so, depending on the type of business and its goals, it may be more convenient to focus the search on open data sources that provide this type of data than on others from which only information can be extracted more vague and generic, which will limit its possibilities of use.
When the selection of open data sources that will be used for predictive analysis is terminated, we must move on to the next phase. It is time to control data from these sources to:
- Detect errors
- Validate the reliability of the source.
- Determine if they maintain their relevance.
At this stage it is essential to have the commitment of font users who, after all, are the ones who come into contact with the designs directly. A good font can open many doors to the good logo or design and it is everyone’s job to ensure that it is achieved in the best possible conditions.