Headings play the most influential role in getting a reader to go on with your article. If your title is dry or boring then there is a very thin chance that the reader will try sticking to it. There are numerous ways you can use in order to enhance viewer-ship to your page or bring a load of readers to your article. I agree. The heading has to be very captivating but often the look just does the job, alone.
A lot of techniques have been introduced recently where you use thinning r thickening of the fonts; now, you can even access an array of fonts that you would like for your page. The color setting of your choice is available at your disposal as well.
Have you tried the more funky approach where you use a combo of both big and small sized fonts and use the features such as fading out the bigger one and using it as the background? Well, that’s not just what you can do, there’s a lot more than that. Keep reading to find out more.
Let’s assume you have a name such as Dreamtemplate.com, and you have no clue how to bring readers to your site. What can you possibly do? Yeah, I hear you going on with the regular acronym usage and having it put up large and bolded as the background and use the website name as the overlapping text with a smaller text. Nice attempt, but that’s plainly just not what viewers what to see.
How about using a little different approach; overlapping has become quite a norm. How about if you use the acronyms big and bolded and place them on the left side and use the long words, that is, the website name right next to it in small font? Or you could have them placed vertically facing each other. Here’s another funky way, just add a little more spice to the first approach. Make the acronym in Italics, and have it followed by the website name. Keep both of them in the same size.
Techniques for Overlapping
There are four ways you can use while trying to use the overlapping approach.
1. Placement: If the small text is overlapping the bigger text then it shall be read prior to the big one. However, if the text is placed on the bottom right then the big text shall be read first.
2. Relative Weight is the amount of bold and size you add to a certain text. If the big one is not bolded then it wouldn’t be read first.
3. Voice refers to the color scheme and type of font you use; it tells the reader of your aesthetic sense.
4. Interaction is a blend of the first three. How well the text is placed and which text has been bolded and what colors have you used.
Overlapping has gained a lot of popularity in recent times, but you should know the exact color and placement in order to emphasize the right word or text with your viewers.