On my company's website, we have a page (here) that I have been asked to adjust. What is desired is to take the first paragraph and adjust it to trim down the amount of space between words. My first thought was to make the paragraph (and then the rest of the page, to match) left aligned instead of justify. To me, however, this doesn't look very good. Are there any other options available for me to make this look good (or at least acceptable), or am I stuck with a left justify? Thanks. (P.S. I don't think these tags are the most appropriate, but I can't add ones I think work better. Oh, well.)
Here's my assessment on first glance:
Some things you can try:
* I haven't found any solid articles online, but this paragraph from Jakob Nielsen's usability review of the Kindle mentions it in passing:
One thing you could try would be constraining the content area's width, just like the home page.
By setting an explicit width on your content, you can control how the justified spacing occurs, instead of depending on what browser window width your user might have.