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  • Slyken
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    I don't see this as a critic to the current Wikipedia design, I see it as a comment on how typography and grid use could affect the aspect of a website, in this case Wikipedia. And it is true that the design isn't the best right now, the code for the website is developed by users, just like the articles and everything else, that explains why the website hasn't change much along the years.